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Program Guide

2015∙2016

GREAT THINGS HAPPEN HERE

NORTH BAY ∙ ONTARIO canadorecollege.ca

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GREAT THINGS HAPPEN HERE

Canadore College is ideally situated in North Bay, Ontario –


equal distance from Toronto and Ottawa. We have three beautiful
campuses in the city and one in Parry Sound – where we offer
quality programs, excellent student services and have outstanding
faculty. Canadore is the college of choice for students from across
the province and around the world.

How do I apply to Canadore? Admissions


1. Choose your program Students with questions about
2. Apply online at ontariocolleges.ca/canadore applications and admissions
may inquire by contacting us
3. Look for your offer letter after February 1 at 705.474.7600 ext. 5123 or
4. Confirm your offer online admissions@canadorecollege.ca

Remember, you can apply any time, but it is a good idea to complete your application
form by the equal consideration dates to secure your spot.
Fall Term: Feb 1 Winter Term: Oct 1
Why Canadore

?
At Canadore, you are more than just
a number, we truly care that you
succeed. We have quality programs
and award-winning professors to help
train you for your future career.

Approximately
1,000 GRADUATES
EACH YEAR
and over 41,000 alumni
working around the globe.

65+
FULL-TIME
QUALITY PROGRAMS
with outstanding faculty
and student services

OUR FOCUS
• Student success
• Program and service excellence
• Connection to community
• Sustainability
• Innovation

Approximate
STUDENT POPULATION
each year from all over the
3,500 world, representing more
than 400 COMMUNITIES

One of the only


colleges in Ontario that
SHARES ITS CAMPUS
WITH A UNIVERSITY

ABOVE AVERAGE
EMPLOYER SATISFACTION
when hiring a Canadore Grad

SEAMLESS registration from


program application to financial
assistance to support services,
along with UPDGRADING &
FAST TRACK options

We love sharing online


and hearing from you!

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Contents

WELCOME LIFE ON CAMPUS


01 Canadore Quick Facts 08 Diversity
02 Campuses 08 Health Centre
04 Welcome from the President 08 Food on Campus
05 City of North Bay 08 Campus Safety
08 Learning Library
SUPPORTIVE LEARNING 08 Campus Shop
06 Affordable Education 09 Residence
07 Student Support Services 09 Niijii
07 Accessible Campuses 09 Off-Campus Housing
07 Student Life Navigator Services 10 First Peoples’ Centre
07 On-Campus Support Services 11 Athletics, Recreation and Wellness

CREDENTIALS
74 Second Credentials
75 Part-Time Studies
76 Program Prerequisites

Campuses

AVIATION COLLEGE DRIVE

COMMERCE COURT WEST PARRY SOUND

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Full-time Programs

* dual diploma option N new program

SCHOOL OF AVIATION TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF INDIGENOUS STUDIES


14 Aircraft Structural Repair Technician 46 Indigenous Wellness and Addictions Prevention*
14 Aviation Fundamentals N 46 Indigenous Pre-Health Studies
15 Aviation Technician – Aircraft Maintenance 47 Indigenous Preparatory Studies
15 Aviation Technician – Avionics Maintenance 47 Customized and Community-Based Training
16 Aviation Technology –
Aircraft Maintenance and Avionics N SCHOOL OF LANGUAGE, ACCESS AND
16 Aviation Technology – PREPARATORY STUDIES
Aircraft Maintenance and Structures N 50 English as a Second Language
17 First Peoples’ Aviation Technology – Flight Anglais, langue seconde
17 Helicopter Flight Training 51 General Arts and Science
51 Academic Upgrading and Career Preparation
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT
20 Business* SCHOOL OF MEDIA, DESIGN AND DRAMATIC ARTS
20 Business – Accounting 54 Advertising and Marketing Communications*
21 Office Administration 54 Broadcasting – Radio
21 Public Relations* 55 Broadcasting – Television and Video Production*
55 Digital Cinematography
SCHOOL OF COMMUNITY JUSTICE 56 Graphic Design
AND POLICE STUDIES 57 Mobile Application Development
24 Community and Justice Services* 57 Theatre Arts
25 Police Foundations*
SCHOOL OF SPORT AND RECREATION
SCHOOL OF CULINARY ARTS 60 Ecotourism
28 Culinary Skills – Chef Training 60 Recreation and Leisure Services*
28 Culinary Management 61 Recreation Therapy*
29 Cook Apprenticeship 61 Recreation Programs – Fast Track
29 Food and Beverage Service N 62 Strength and Sport Conditioning*

SCHOOL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCHOOL OF TRADES AND TECHNOLOGY


STUDIES AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
66 Building Construction Technician
32 Biotechnology Technician/Technologist 67 Civil Engineering Technician/Technology N
33 Environmental Technician – Protection 68 Renovation Techniques – Construction Carpentry
and Compliance 69 Electrical Techniques
34 Environmental Geomatics N 69 Motive Power Technician
34 Environmental Management 70 Mechanical Technician – Machinist
71 Mechanical Engineering Technician/Technology N
SCHOOL OF HEALTH, HUMAN CARE 71 Mechanical Techniques – Plumbing
AND WELLNESS 72 Mechanical Technician – Welder Fitter
38 Dental Hygiene
39 Early Childhood Education SKILLS APPRENTICESHIP
39 Early Childhood Education Intensive 72 Auto Body Repair
39 Child Development Practitioner Apprenticeship 72 Automotive Service Technician
40 Mental Health and Addiction Worker* 72 General Carpenter
40 Personal Support Worker 72 General Machinist
41 Practical Nursing 72 Information Technology Technician
41 Bachelor of Science in Nursing 72 Marine and Small Engine Technician
42 Occupational Therapist and Physiotherapist Assistant 72 Metal Fabricator
42 Respiratory Therapy 72 Railway Car Technician
43 Social Service Worker* 72 Truck and Coach Technician
43 Pre-Health Sciences

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Welcome to Canadore College!
Great Things Happen Here is more than
a slogan – it is our promise to you.
I’m 100% certain of that, because I benefited from a Canadore
education along with my 41,000 fellow alumni. Like you, I was
weighing my options and searching for the right college to attend.
And, like the more than 3,500 students who choose Canadore each
year, I made the right choice.
Now it’s your turn to explore Canadore. Flip through this guide and
check out canadorecollege.ca to browse through our program offerings,
learn about the services to support your success and our many extra-
curricular and sports activities. You’ll see we have lots to offer.
But the best part of Canadore is the way you’ll feel when you get here
Welcome, Parents! – it’s a student experience like no other. Come and take a campus tour
As parents, you are sure to and you’ll discover it for yourself.
have many questions regarding At Canadore, we work closely with you to help get you to where you
the College and your child’s want to be. We work closely with business and industry to develop
education. Visit us online to find programs that will lead to career opportunities. We work closely with
answers to any questions that universities to develop pathways that lead to degrees.
may arise. You may also sign up
At Canadore, we make great things happen. It’s what we pride
at myCanadore.ca to access even
ourselves on – it’s what we’ve always done right, and what we will
more information.
continue to do right.
On our website you will
find information about: I look forward to welcoming you at Canadore College.
• Residences
• Health Services
• Admissions
• Student Success Services
• Scholarships and Bursaries
• Career Centre George Burton, Canadore College President and Proud Graduate
• Financial Aid askthepresident@canadorecollege.ca

Feel free to contact us 705.474.7600 ext. 5151 or 1.855.495.7915


by phone or email info@canadorecollege.ca

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City of North Bay
In the City of North Bay, population
54,000, you can enjoy good restaurants,
movies, shopping, live theatre, community
festivals and events, and a vibrant
nightlife. Whether you feel like a night out
dancing, listening to live music, or just
sitting in a pub playing pool and relaxing,
the City has what you are looking for.

Getting Around
The City of North Bay provides regularly-scheduled bus
service to our three local campuses, and all full-time
students receive a bus pass for travel from September
through April, the cost of which is included in your tuition.
cityofnorthbay.ca

Outdoor Activity
Our countless lakes, rivers, forests, canoe routes and
trail systems provide endless outdoor activity including:
fishing, camping, swimming, hiking, biking, canoeing,
kayaking, and a variety of other sports. The City is
nestled between two beautiful lakes, Lake Nipissing
and Trout Lake, presenting limitless water recreation
opportunities. We also have a number of golf courses,
parks, baseball diamonds and soccer fields throughout
the City. And, for the avid jogger, cyclist or in-line skater,
the Kate Pace Way and the Kinsmen Trail combine to
offer 28 km of multi-use paved trails stretching from one
end of the City to the other.

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Affordable Education

Don’t think you can afford a college


education? Think again! Canadore College
has an extensive financial assistance
program offered to both full-time and
part-time students, with approximately
$1.7 million in scholarships and bursaries
being awarded annually.
Visit us online for more information and to use our budget calculator!
canadorecollege.ca/money

Canadore Financial
Scholarships, Bursaries and Awards
Canadore has many scholarships, bursaries and awards available, based
Aid Resources
on merit, financial need, and emergency funding. • OSAP
• Bursaries
Entrance Scholarships are open to all first year students who are • Discretionary bursaries
residents of Ontario and are currently enrolled in a full-time program at • Emergency loans
any of Canadore College’s campuses. • Scholarships
Online Bursaries are awarded on the basis of financial need and/or • Entrance scholarships
satisfactory academic progress. To be considered for a bursary, eligible • Student employment
students must submit a detailed “Online Bursary Application”. opportunities
Scholarships are awarded based on a combination of academic
Contact Us
excellence, attendance, and overall contribution to the classroom.
Students with questions about
External organizations also provide assistance to our students. OSAP and Financial Aid may
Students are encouraged to apply for these external awards, scholarships inquire by contacting us at
and/or bursaries. Application procedures and deadlines are specific to 705.474.7600 ext. 5123 or
each one of these awards. finaid@canadorecollege.ca

OSAP
Ontario Student Assistance Program
Students eligible for OSAP assistance should refer to osap.gov.on.ca
in order to complete an application form. Financial assistance is
provided to students through the provincial and federal governments
for residents of Ontario.

You may be eligible for 30% OFF TUITION


Apply online! ontario.ca/30off

Campus Employment for Students


Students have the opportunity to find employment on campus
throughout the school year and over the summer.

HigherEd Points
You may be eligible to redeem loyalty points toward payment of your
Canadore tuition. Check out higheredpoints.com

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Supportive Learning
Student Support Services
We are sensitive to the concerns and needs of our students. We
recognize that you may require changes to your physical environment,
assistive devices, learning aids and alternative program delivery in order
to be successful in your studies. Self-identification of your disability is
voluntary and treated confidentially.
Students wishing to self-identify may do so by contacting
our Student Success Office at 705.474.7600 ext. 5205.

Accessible Campuses
Our Aviation, College Drive, Commerce Court and West Parry Sound
campus facilities are fully-accessible.
• Designated parking for physically disabled persons
• Electronic doors
• Elevators
• Specifically equipped fountains and washrooms
• Public telephones adapted for hearing impaired persons
and a TDD system
• Fully accessible units in residence

Student Life Navigator Services


We offer comprehensive, student-focused services designed to help you
succeed. Staff navigators provide support in the following areas:
• Career guidance
• Crown ward
• Mental health and wellness
• Crisis and personal support
• Relationship building

On-Campus Support Services


• Individualized guidance, consulting and support
• Peer tutoring, academic supports and learning strategies
• Media resources
• Open access computer labs
• 24 hour Wellness Centre and Crisis Hotline
• First Generation
• Emergency food bank
• Summer transition program
• Co-curricular program

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Life on campus

Diversity
canadorecollege.ca/international
At Canadore we celebrate our diversity, not only in the
wide array of programming we offer, but also through
our culturally-diverse student population.
Students come to Canadore from as far away as Brazil, China,
India, Malaysia, El Salvador and Africa. We strive to make
the transition for our international students an easy one by
providing orientation and transportation upon arrival, and
assisting with finding accommodation. Canadore offers
students from around the world the unique opportunity to
experience a culture that is truly Canadian.

+ Health Centre
The Campus Health Centre provides students with convenient
access to a wide array of medical services including: medical
assessment and treatment, health education and promotion,
immunization clinics and a walk-in clinic. We offer a doctor
and nurse on campus!

Food on Campus
dineoncampus.ca
There are several food options on campus. Prepare meals in
your fully-functioning residence kitchen or choose from one
of the on-campus options like the cafeteria, vending machines
or food court that includes Tim Hortons and Subway. Meal
plans are available.

Campus Safety
Our campuses are set in a safe and friendly community
atmosphere and offer:
• On-site security
• 24-hour video surveillance
• Safety initiatives including a Campus Walk
program and emergency telephones

Learning Library
The Harris Learning Library has friendly and helpful staff and
provides access to learning and research materials, individual and
group study space, wireless Internet, electronic loan program,
and self-service printing and copying seven days a week.

Campus Shop
efollett.com
All of your supply needs can be taken care of with one stop
at the Campus Shop. Traditional books, textbook rentals,
stationery, software, hardware, gifts, clothing and accessories
are available year-round. We offer online books, textbook
rentals, eTexts, and book borrowing.

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Apartment Complex 2 Apartment Complex 1

Lounge

Bedroom Bedroom Bedroom Bedroom


9’ X 12’ 9’ X 12’ 9’ X 12’ 9’ X 12’

Bathroom Bathroom
Hallway Kitchen Hallway

Apartment Complex 2 layout Apartment Complex 1 layout

Residence
canadorecollege.ca/residence
Residence is a great way to meet new people and make lifelong friends.
Canadore offers the newest residences in Ontario. We have three
apartment-style residences that accommodate 675 students located at the
bottom of College Drive. Our secure complexes are wheelchair accessible.
All residences provide single rooms allowing you to have your very own
space. Each residence offers: a full kitchen, cable television, telephone, mail
service, Internet access, and access to transportation and laundry facilities.

Apply with deposit by May 1, 2015 for guaranteed residence.


And, all first-year students are guaranteed a spot!

Niijii
Niijii (meaning Friend in Ojibway) is Canadore College’s Mental Health
and Wellness dog. Niijii spends most of his days and nights in residence
and is here to socialize with Canadore employees and students. Niijii is
very friendly and loves attention. Watch for him at residence events and
he may even visit your unit with the Residence Life Team.

Off-Campus Housing
ocl.nipissingu.ca
Students may choose to live off-campus. Listings of accommodations
including apartments, houses, and room and board opportunities from
private owners in the North Bay area are available.
Note: Canadore College does not inspect or approve these accommodations.

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Life on campus

First Peoples’ Centre


canadorecollege.ca/FPC

At Canadore many Nations are


represented including Ojibway,
Oji-Cree, Cree, Algonquin, Métis,
Mohawk, and Inuit. We welcome
approximately 350 Aboriginal
students annually from across
the country.
Many services are available for our First Nation, Métis
and Inuit students including counselling, advocacy,
elders’ programs and peer tutoring. Our goal is
to offer cultural relevancy within postsecondary
programming to increase student and graduate
opportunities. We are proud to offer culturally-
relevant programs. Our Indigenous Preparatory
Studies, Indigenous Pre-Health and Indigenous
Wellness and Addictions Prevention programs are
unique to the province.

Come visit us at the Student Lounge!


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Get your claws out!

Athletics, Recreation and Wellness


canadorecollege.ca/athletics
We can help make sport, fitness, wellness and fun fit into your schedule.
Diverse quality recreation programs, varsity and club teams, and
wellness programs are available at our Aviation, College Drive and
Commerce Court campuses. We are also proud members of the Ontario
Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA), the provincial organization for
college varsity sports. Your annual athletic fee means that many of
the programs offered are at no extra cost. Participating in sports and
recreation events will allow you to expand your circle of friends, keep
active and try some new and exciting experiences.

VARSITY SPORTS RECREATIONAL SPORTS


• Men’s volleyball AND LEAGUES
• Women’s volleyball • Floor hockey
• Men’s basketball • Badminton
• Lacrosse
CLUB SPORTS • Volleyball
• Ice hockey • Basketball
• Men’s indoor soccer • Ice hockey
• Women’s indoor soccer
RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES
WELLNESS • Tree top trekking
• Cycling • Paint ball
• Boot camp • Blue Jays game trip
• Yoga • NHL game trip
• Zumba • NBA Raptors game trip
• Ski and snowboard trips

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School of

Aviation
Technology
Aircraft Structural Repair Technician
NEW Aviation Fundamentals
AVIATION TECHNICIAN –
Aircraft Maintenance
AVIATION TECHNICIAN –
Avionics Maintenance
AVIATION TECHNOLOGY –
NEW
Aircraft Maintenance and Avionics
AVIATION TECHNOLOGY –
NEW
Aircraft Maintenance and Structures

First Peoples’ Aviation Technology – Flight

Helicopter Flight Training

Canadore has been a leader in aviation training for over


40 years. Our Aviation Campus is home to top of the line,
industry-standard training tools and dedicated staff and
faculty. The 87,000 sq. ft. training facility is ideally located at
North Bay’s Jack Garland Airport and its 10,000 foot runway
(the longest north of Toronto).
The hangar, the campus highlight, boasting 17,000 sq. ft. of
prime training space, is filled to capacity with fixed and rotary
wing aircraft for students to work hands-on.
The skills and training Canadore students receive set them up
for stellar careers in the aviation industry across Canada
and around the world.

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School of Aviation Technology

Aircraft Structural Repair Aviation Fundamentals NEW

Technician One Year - Ontario College Certificate


One Year - Ontario College Certificate Obtain the knowledge and skills you need to begin
your career in Aviation. Learn basic techniques and
Gain the skills you need to launch your career in this
standard practices used in the industry. Strengthen
exciting industry. Specialize in the repair, upgrading
your math, science and technical skills and acquire
and modification of aircraft and graduate with
the prerequisites necessary to gain entry into one
skills that make you highly sought-after by aviation
of Canadore’s full-time aviation programs. This
companies all over the world. The program is
program is the first of its kind in Ontario.
approved by Transport Canada and CCAA (Canadian
Council for Aviation and Aerospace).
What You Learn
Note: Graduates receive 10 months of accreditation towards • Health and safety for aviation
a Transport Canada issued Aircraft Maintenance Engineer’s • Introduction to aviation
Licence, Category S. Class attendance is mandatory. • Basic electricity
• Pre-aviation math
Your Future Career • Basic tools and hand skills
• Aviation industry • Physics
• Manufacturing
• Composite repair Program Contact
• Maintenance and overhaul Martin Galvin
• Sheet metal repair Dean of Aviation, Business, and Liberal Studies
705.474.7600 ext. 5938
What You Learn
martin.galvin@canadorecollege.ca
• Structural assembly and repair
• Sheet metal fabrication and repair
• Aircraft wood, tubular and fabric repair
• Composite manufacturing techniques and repairs
• Advanced forming techniques
• Technical information interpretation

Program Contact
Peter Kincaid, Professor
705.474.7600 ext. 5934
peter.kincaid@canadorecollege.ca

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Nazim Belhannache
Technical Instructor (Avionics),
CSeries and Challenger 605 aircraft,
Bombardier Aerospace, Montreal, QC

Aviation Technician - Avionics Maintenance


Graduate 2005
“Canadore has great facilities. The location is
perfect, with the aviation campus located right
at the North Bay airport. The program was well
structured with a good balance between theory
and practical. The bench work we did as part
of the practical was extremely useful in order
to understand the complex theory. But what
set this school apart from the rest of the pack
were the teachers and support personnel.”

AVIATION TECHNICIAN AVIATION TECHNICIAN

Aircraft Maintenance Avionics Maintenance


Two Years - Ontario College Diploma Two Years - Ontario College Diploma

Train hands-on on actual aircraft! The aviation Canada’s aviation industry is predicting a huge
industry is growing, and skilled professionals are shortage of skilled aircraft maintenance personnel
in high demand. Learn to troubleshoot vital aircraft across the country over the next two decades. Train
components and systems, including piston and under skilled professionals to repair and maintain
turbine engines, electrical systems, hydraulics, and aircraft electrical and electronics systems including
navigation and communication systems. Study the communication, navigation and radar systems. This
challenging complexities of fixed and rotary wing program is approved by Transport Canada and CCAA
aircraft while gaining the theoretical skills you need (Canadian Council for Aviation and Aerospace).
for apprenticeship employment. The program is
Note: Graduates will receive 18 months’ accreditation towards
approved by Transport Canada and CCAA (Canadian a Transport Canada issued Aircraft Maintenance Engineer’s
Council for Aviation and Aerospace). Licence, Category E. Class attendance is mandatory.

Note: Graduates receive 18 months of accreditation towards


a Transport Canada issued Aircraft Maintenance Engineer’s
Your Future Career
Licence, Category M. Class attendance is mandatory. • Avionics shops
• Aircraft manufacturing
Your Future Career • Air carriers - local, regional and international
• Aircraft maintenance
• Aircraft manufacturing What You Learn
• Component overhaul • Science and aerodynamics
• Navigation systems and aircraft instrumentation
What You Learn • Airframe and power plant maintenance
• Aerodynamics for fixed wing and rotary wing aircraft • Communication and surveillance systems
• Gas turbine and reciprocating engines • Flight management and flight guidance systems
• Maintenance, repair and trouble shooting • Equipment installation practices and techniques
• Power and drive train component maintenance
• Sheet metal structures and repairs Program Contact
• Composite structures and repairs Peter Kincaid, Professor
• Aircraft handling and taxiing 705.474.7600 ext. 5934
• Communication and navigation systems peter.kincaid@canadorecollege.ca
• Electrical systems

Program Contact
Brett Chadwick, Professor
Find out what you need to get in.
705.474.7600 ext. 5922
See page 76.
brett.chadwick@canadorecollege.ca

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School of Aviation Technology

AVIATION TECHNOLOGY AVIATION TECHNOLOGY


Aircraft Maintenance NEW Aircraft Maintenance NEW

and Avionics and Structures


Three Years - Ontario College Advanced Diploma Three Years - Ontario College Advanced Diploma

Specialize in avionics in this advanced three year Learn all the complexities of aircraft maintenance
program. The aviation industry is growing and with an advanced specialization in the repair
skilled professionals are in high demand. Learn and overhaul of airframe structures in this
all of the complexities of aircraft maintenance multidisciplinary program. Receive theoretical and
with an advanced specialization in avionics in this practical training on fixed and rotary wing aircraft.
multidisciplinary program. Receive theoretical and Learn to troubleshoot vital aircraft components
practical training on fixed and rotary wing aircraft. and systems including the engine, hydraulics
Learn to troubleshoot vital aircraft components and landing gear. Intensive structures training in
and systems including the engine, hydraulics and the third year includes: damage inspection and
landing gear. Intensive avionics training in the third evaluation, manufacturing and repair techniques and
year includes: learning to install and configure advanced fitting and assembly procedures.
aeronautical sub-systems and components contained
within aircraft structural, mechanical, electrical, Your Future Career
hydraulic, communication, navigation, surveillance • Senior maintenance management positions
and flight guidance systems. • Aircraft mechanic/inspector
• Aircraft servicing, repair and maintenance
Your Future Career • Aircraft manufacturing
• Senior maintenance management positions • Component overhaul
• Aircraft mechanic/inspector
• Aircraft instrument, electrical and avionics What You Will Learn
mechanics, technicians and inspectors • Aircraft wood, tubular and fabric repair
• Aircraft servicing, repair and maintenance • Aircraft structural assembly
• Aircraft manufacturing • Advanced Sheet metal and composite repair and
• Component overhaul fabrication processes
• Technical drawing
What You Will Learn • Avionics systems
• Flight management systems • Aerodynamics
• Navigation and communication systems • Aircraft hydraulic systems
• Aircraft instrumentation • Gas turbine and reciprocating engines
• Avionics systems • Aircraft aluminum and composite structures
• Aerodynamics and repairs
• Aircraft hydraulic systems • Aircraft handling, ground running and taxiing
• Gas turbine and reciprocating aircraft engines
• Sheet metal and composite structures and repairs
• Aircraft handling, ground running and taxiing

Note: (1) These programs have been designed to enable students to enhance their education and build upon their aircraft maintenance
skills with an additional specification in Avionics or Structures. The first two years of the program are common with the Aviation
Technician – Aircraft Maintenance program. Transfer opportunities exist for graduates of a Transport Canada approved diploma program
with a minimum of a 70 per cent grade average. (2) Successful completion of these programs will result in 24 months accreditation
toward an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME) Category M Licence. These are the first programs of their kind in Ontario and first in
Canada to be eligible for the full 24 month accreditation granted by Transport Canada.

Contact for Both Programs


Martin Galvin
Dean of Aviation, Business, and Liberal Studies
705.474.7600 ext. 5938
martin.galvin@canadorecollege.ca

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AVIATION PILOT – ROTARY WING
Helicopter Flight Training
One Year - College Certificate

The unique partnership between Canadore and


Essential Helicopters provides students with the
benefit of a structured college education combined
with in-depth practical training. From building
log helicopter pads in the bush to landing under
the control of Air Traffic Control, students receive
First Peoples’ Aviation flight training in a variety of real-world situations.
Technology – Flight The extensive ground school covers all aspects of
helicopter operations, and the school’s fleet of well-
Three Years - Ontario College Advanced Diploma equipped aircraft and certified instrument training
Become a qualified, professional pilot in a unique simulators will help you hone your skills.
learning environment. Receive hands-on flight Note: (1) All ground school and flight training is provided by
training in this program which is the only Indigenous Transport Canada-certified flight instructors and all Transport
postsecondary program of its kind in Canada. The Canada flight tests and written examinations will be administered
by Transport Canada or a designee. Graduates will receive a
First Nations Technical Institute (FNTI) Aviation Canadore College Professional Pilot Preparedness Certificate, a
Diploma program is offered in partnership with Transport Canada Commercial Helicopter Licence, and industry-
Canadore College. The curriculum meets the Ontario recognized courses. (2) A student must pass a Category 1
Aviation Examination administered by a Canadian Aviation
Ministry of Education and Training requirements for Medical Examiner. (3) A campus tour is required. This is an
postsecondary studies as well as Transport Canada opportunity for prospective students to receive one on one time
regulations and standards for flight training. with a student coordinator and have all their questions answered.

Training takes place at the Tyendinaga Aerodrome


What You Learn
– a one-of-a-kind facility including a gym, hangars,
• Flight training
classrooms and student residence.
• Ground school
Note: Graduates will hold a commercial licence with their rating • Turbine engine course
of choice and will also meet the eligibility criteria to obtain a • Airframe course
Flight Dispatcher designation and a Two-Crew & Cruise Relief
Pilot (IATRA) certification.
• Winter survival skills
• Underwater escape and sea survival skills
• Chainsaw safety and felling techniques
Your Future Career What You Learn
• Pilot preparedness
• Commercial pilot • Flight Training
• Charter/bush pilot • Navigation
Program Contact
• Flight dispatcher • Radio operation
Elaine Ross at Essential Helicopters Flight School
• Air traffic control • Flight and simulator
• Airport manager training 705.476.3626
• Private and commercial info@essentialhelicopters.com
pilot licence requirements

Program Contact
FNTI Recruitment Office
1.800.267.0637 ext. 182
recruitment@fnti.net essentialhelicopters.com

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School of

Business and
Management
Business

Business – Accounting

Office Administration

Public Relations

Canadore’s School of Business prepares you for limitless


careers in the business world. Our professors are highly skilled
and have extensive industry experience. The skills you learn
are transferable and prepares you to go into business for
yourself or to work with large corporations, virtually anywhere
in the world.

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School of Business and Management

Business Business – Accounting


Two Years - Ontario College Diploma Two Years - Ontario College Diploma

Prepare to launch an exciting and rewarding career Whether you want to climb the corporate ladder
in the business field. Learn to develop strategic or start a new career in business, finance, or
business plans and navigate economic influences accounting, Canadore’s Accounting program
affecting the global market, in-class, through provides you with the skills you need. Become a key
business simulations, and working with real clients. asset to any business, anywhere in the world.
Whether you go on to work for yourself or a large
corporation, or continue your education, the Your Future Career
opportunities are endless. • Administrative accounting and finance
• Financial planning
Your Future Career • Banking and finance
• Retail sales management • Bookkeeping
• Customer service management • Government agencies
• Entrepreneurship and self-employment • Marketing organizations
• Office management • Self-employment
• Marketing management • Private, public and retail positions
• Government administrative positions
• Financial planning and investing What You Learn
• Human resources • Management accounting
• Corporate finance
What You Learn • Taxation
• Marketing • Financial management
• Accounting • Economics
• Finance and economics • Excel, spreadsheet modelling
• Entrepreneurial skills • Budgeting
• Strategic planning
• Communications and analysis
• Ethics and social responsibility
• Human resources Contact For Both Programs
Chris McCracken, Professor
This program is available in class, 705.474.7600 ext. 5855
via distance learning and/or online! chris.mccracken@canadorecollege.ca

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Office Administration
42 Weeks - Ontario College Diploma

Get a college diploma in 42 weeks! Become an


asset to any company with highly transferable
skills that could take you anywhere in the world.
Learn advanced computer and administration
skills as well as specialized medical or legal office
administration training. Benefit from a placement
in your final semester to give you hands-on
experience and the opportunity to network in your
field of interest.

Your Future Career Public Relations


• Medical facilities Two Years - Ontario College Diploma
• Insurance/Law firms Train to be a public relations professional and start
• Financial institutions on the path to an exciting, well-paying career that
• Accounting firms lets you use your creativity and communication skills.
• Government agencies You will gain skills in writing, editing, project and
• Police departments event management, concept development, public
• Educational institutions speaking, presentation, organization and more. As
a PR professional you will shape key messaging and
What You Learn communication to positively impact an organization’s
• Medical and legal terminology reputation and profitability through mainstream
• Office procedures and administration media and social media. Learn hands on through real-
• Office commerce world projects that will be essential to develop your
• Computerized bookkeeping own personal public relations portfolio!
• Database analysis
• Communications This program includes a seven-week work placement.
• Advanced computer applications
Your Future Career
Program Contact • Communications
Margia Ferguson, Professor • Social media
705.474.7600 ext. 5646 • Sports and entertainment agencies
margia.ferguson @canadorecollege.ca • Government agencies and ministries
• Corporations
• Non-profit organizations
• Media agencies
Tana White • Freelance/Contract work
Executive Administrative Assistant
& Employment Training Consultant, What You Learn
Ontario Power Generation • Media relations
• Strategic communications planning
Office Administration Graduate 2013 • Crisis communications
• Social media tools and techniques
“I was a bit apprehensive at the thought of
• Integrated marketing
going back to college, but everyone was so
• Event management
welcoming and helpful in providing direction.
• Media writing
This program entirely prepares students for
• Project management
work in a business office of any organization,
• Fundraising fundamentals
government offices and agencies, or various
private business enterprises. Not even two
Program Contact
months after completing the program, I
Chris McCracken, Professor
was gainfully employed with Ontario Power
Generation as an executive administrative 705.474.7600 ext. 5855
assistant to senior management.” chris.mccracken@canadorecollege.ca

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School of

Community
Justice and
Police Studies
Community and Justice Services

Police Foundations

Make a difference and take a lead role in maintaining order


and justice in our society through enforcement and prevention
training. Our professors are skilled in their fields of expertise
and will help you shape a dynamic career strengthening the
safety and quality of life in your community.

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School of Community Justice and Police Studies

Community and Justice Services


Two Years - Ontario College Diploma

This program will prepare you for a rewarding and challenging career Your Future Career
working with youth and adults in crisis. You will gain a working • Program development facilitator
knowledge of the law, criminology, victimology and human behaviour. • Youth worker
Benefit from practical workshops, industry tours and visits, and an • Restorative justice worker
integrated field placement component. Applied workshops include • Policing
conflict resolution, mental health and addictions, suicide intervention • Correctional officer
and forensics. This comprehensive training will give you the skills you • Crisis intervention officer
need to work in the fields of youth justice, restorative justice and adult • Emergency response team officer
corrections. • Canine unit officer
• Court liaison officer/Bailiff
The program includes a 200-hour field placement component that
• Victim services
can be completed anywhere in Canada!
What You Learn
Program Contact
• Criminology
Claude Charland, Professor
• Criminal law and procedures
705.474.7600 ext. 5663 • Abnormal psychology
claude.charland@canadorecollege.ca • Community program
development and intervention
• Case management techniques
• Interviewing and counselling
techniques
Find out what you need to get in. • Special needs and diverse client
See page 76. groups
• Human behaviour and mental health

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Police Foundations
Two Years - Ontario College Diploma Pat Rideout
Start an exciting career in the field of law enforcement and become Residential Care
a leader in your community. Learn from experienced professors, Worker and Front
inside and outside of the classroom. Throughout your training Line Instructor, Wendigo Lake
you will work on a number of projects with policing agencies and Expeditions, South River, ON
may have the opportunity to be paired with a serving police officer Community and Justice
mentor. Canadore has close partnerships with municipal, regional, Services Graduate 2012
and provincial police services, providing you with vital experience and
networking opportunities. “This program helped me get
to where I am today through
Your Future Career What You Learn the connections that I had
• Provincial/Municipal police • Criminology with the professors in my
agencies • Criminal and civil law program. I was able to explore
• Royal Canadian Mounted Police • Interviewing and investigation many different opportunities
• Public and private law • Psychology within this field. I enjoyed how
enforcement agencies • Fitness and lifestyle management engaging and hands-on the
• Canadian military • Provincial offences program was, as I felt it really
• Corrections • Community policing fit with my learning style. I
• Border services • First Nations communities also enjoyed the opportunity
• Traffic management of choosing my placement
• Forensics at the North Bay Jail, where
Program Contact I was able to gain first-hand
Leo de Jourdan, Professor experience.”
705.474.7600 ext. 5664
leo.dejourdan@canadorecollege.ca

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School of

Culinary Arts
Culinary Skills – Chef Training

Culinary Management

Cook Apprenticeship
NEW Food and Beverage Service

The culinary industry is growing. Employment trends show a


significant demand for graduates with professionally-trained
culinary backgrounds.
Train in our specialized culinary training facility that
includes classrooms, experimental and production kitchens,
and Canadore’s very own casual fine dining restaurant,
100 Elements. Our award-winning chefs de cuisine and
experienced professors will train you hands-on for a career
in this versatile industry.
Canadore has an excellent network and long-standing
relationships with industry employers across the country.
Our graduates find employment in large hotel chains and
restaurants, both in Canada and abroad.
Students in the School of Culinary Arts gain
real-world experience in the casual fine
dining restaurant, 100 Elements. In this
unique learning environment students create
and serve decadent six course meals under
the training and supervision of Canadore’s
chefs de cuisine and professors.
canadorecollege.ca/100Elements

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School of Culinary Arts

Culinary Skills– Chef Training Culinary Management


One Year - Ontario College Certificate Two Years - Ontario College Diploma

Start a career as a professional chef or cook in Start an exciting career that could take you across the
today’s growing culinary industry. Train under award- globe. Work in a world-class resort or on a cruise ship,
winning chefs de cuisine and experienced professors or go into business for yourself – the possibilities are
in our cutting-edge production kitchen. Learn limitless. You will be trained by highly skilled professors
valuable skills in food preparation, presentation and and chefs de cuisine, and will gain the culinary skills
kitchen management in a real-world setting. and management techniques necessary to make you
highly sought-after in your field. Modern culinary skills
Note: Graduates of this program are eligible for direct entry into
the second year of the Culinary Management program. and techniques will be practiced in a real-world setting,
including liquid nitrogen applications, buffet work,
Your Future Career pastry arts and restaurant food production; you will
• Chef de partie even learn the elegant art of ice carving.
• First cook
• Sous chef Your Future Career What You Learn
• Chef de cuisine • Executive chef • À la carte cooking
• Line cook • Private chef • International cuisine
• Catering chef • Wines
What You Learn • Food and • Menu design/Culinary display
• Baking and pastry arts beverage manager • Buffet/Quantity cooking
• Food, beverage and kitchen management • Chef de cuisine • Facilities design and
• Kitchen management • Sous chef equipment selection
• Restaurant food production • Chef consultant • Baking and pastry arts
• Food preparation and culinary skills • Restaurant food production
• Wines

Contact For Both Programs Study Abroad: Take part in an


Derek Lawday, Professor international exchange and
705.474.7600 ext. 5537 spend one semester overseas!
derek.lawday@canadorecollege.ca

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Food and Beverage NEW

Service
One year - Ontario College Certificate

The Food and Beverage industry is a major employer


in Canada and the demand for skilled workers
is exploding both domestically and around the
globe. Labour shortages are expected to sky rocket
within the next two decades. Train for front-line
service at hotels, resorts, restaurants, and other
tourism agencies. Gain practical experience in
class, on placement and in Canadore’s very own
casual fine dining restaurant, 100 Elements. Train
with experienced professors in our fully-equipped
production kitchens and gain the essential skills
needed to be successful in this exciting industry.

Your Future Career


• Food and beverage server
• Bartender
• Wine server
• Banquet server

What You Learn


• Customer experience and service excellence
• Wine, beer and spirits
Cook Apprenticeship • Wine and food pairing
Flexible - Ontario College Certificate • Coffee and tea service
• Leadership and management
Earn while you learn! Receive valuable in-school • Business development
training while you work in a paid culinary position. • Restaurant operations
The culinary industry is growing and there is a
shortage of professionally trained cooks and chefs. Contact For Both Programs
The apprenticeship program will work well for Derek Lawday, Professor
students who have secured employment in the
705.474.7600 ext. 5537
culinary industry.
derek.lawday@canadorecollege.ca
Note: You must be registered as a Cook Apprentice with the
Ministry of Training, Colleges, and Universities. You may also
apply the in-school training toward a Culinary Skills - Chef
certificate or a Culinary Management diploma.

Your Future Career


• Chef de partie
Steven Angelo Furgiuele
• First cook
Chef de Cuisine & General Manager,
• Sous chef
Culina Mill Creek, Edmonton AB
• Chef de cuisine
Culinary Management Graduate 2011
What You Learn
• Baking and advanced pastry arts “Without any prior restaurant or industry
• Food, beverage and kitchen management experience, Canadore’s hospitality culinary
• Restaurant food production program staff provided me the necessary
• Food preparation and culinary skills platform for success. The variety of courses,
• Wines paired with exposure to exciting ingredients,
intimate classroom settings, modern techniques
For more information on apprenticeship and industry insight were crucial to my base
training, contact your local Apprenticeship career development.”
Branch at 1.800.236.0744.

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School of

Environmental
Studies and
Biotechnology
Biotechnology Technician/Technologist

Environmental Technician – Protection and Compliance


NEW Environmental Geomatics

Environmental Management

The world is in a constant state of change, with an ever-


expanding population. As new technologies surface, there is
a growing need for skilled professionals to work in vital areas
that affect our daily lives such as alternative energy, disease
control, environmental management, customized medicine
and food science.
Canadore prepares the leaders of tomorrow with the right tools
for the job. Our students graduate with the job-ready skills
needed to be on the leading edge of these emerging fields.

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Environmental Studies and Biotechnology

Biotechnology
Technician Your Future Career
• Research laboratories
Two Years - Ontario College Diploma • Pharmaceutical industry
Technologist • Agriculture and food production
• Bioinformatics
Three Years - Ontario College Advanced Diploma
• Quality control
The field of biotechnology is vast and limitless. • Forensics
Graduates can go on to work in a variety of settings • Mining and environmental cleanup
and industries including health, agriculture and natural
resources. Learn hands-on techniques from current, What You Learn
well-published professors. The program prepares • Genetics
students for rewarding careers exploring solutions • Micro/molecular biology
to a variety of problems facing our planet, such as • Biochemistry
cancer research, control of infectious diseases, food • Inorganic and organic chemistry
shortages, and environmental sustainability. • Immunology and virology
• Botany
• Biostatistics and bioinformatics
Program Contact • Pharmacology/toxicology
Tara McGoey, M.Sc., Professor
705.474.7600 ext. 5821
Note: Field placement option available in the
tara.mcgoey@canadorecollege.ca Technologist stream of this program.

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Environmental Technician – Protection and Compliance
Two Years - Ontario College Diploma

The environmental sector is growing and there is an Your Future Career


emergence of new “green” jobs – locally, nationally and • Government agencies and ministries
globally. Professionals are needed to deal with climate • Research laboratories
change issues, land restoration, water conservation, • Energy sector
water management, and other sustainability concerns. • Conservation authorities
This program offers you the opportunity to learn • Natural resources
hands-on from experienced professors in the lab and • Water agencies
in the field, and gain the skills you need to launch an • Private corporations
exciting and relevant career.
What You Learn
Program Contact • Microbiology and toxicology
Jeremy St. Onge, Professor • Environmental monitoring
• Biology and chemistry
705.474.7600 ext. 5148
• Drinking water certification
jeremy.st.onge@canadorecollege.ca
• Earth science
• Ecology
• Applied geomatics
Find out what you need to get in.
See page 76.

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Environmental Studies and Biotechnology

Environmental Geomatics NEW

One Year - Ontario College Graduate Certificate


Enhance your training and employability with
this specialized geomatics program. This is the
first program of its kind in Ontario. Learn applied
geomatics, geographic information systems (GIS),
GPS, geo-spatial statistics, and resource management
– skills that can be utilized in various industries
including mining and forestry. Learn hands-on in
the field, in the lab and through work placement to
prepare for this in demand career field.

Your Future Career What You Learn


• Agriculture, mining, • Applied geomatics
forestry, fisheries sectors • Geographic
• Water management information systems
• Geology (GIS)
• Environmental • Geo-spatial statistics
applications • Environmental
• Land use planning resource
• Retail space mapping management
• Market research • GPS

Environmental Management
One Year - Ontario College Graduate Certificate

Advance your education with this specialized


Contact For Both Programs
environmental training, designed to complement your
Jeremy St. Onge, Professor
previous training and improve your employability
705.474.7600 ext. 5148 skills. This Graduate Certificate program is hands-on,
jeremy.st.onge@canadorecollege.ca with a large portion of the training happening in the
field – the living lab. Join this trending career field and
help manage a changing planet.
This program has a six-week work placement
opportunity!
Marykate Bellemare
Senior Wildlife Technician, Ministry of Your Future Career
Natural Resources • Public/Private environmental compliance sector
• Water/Waste water treatment industry
Environmental Protection and Compliance
• Private environmental or engineering company
Technician Graduate 2013
• Ministry of Environment
“The Environmental Technician program helps • Forestry industry
students prepare for the real working world. • Mining industry
From GPS navigation, to practical laboratory
skills, and plant identification, we were taught What You Learn
all the necessary skills that are needed for • Field sampling techniques
this field. Each day of work I can directly • Drinking water certification
relate to what I learned in school, staying • GPS/GIS training
organized, report writing and preparation, • Resource management
project planning, GIS mapping skills, and GPS • Environmental auditing and analysis
navigation are all used on a daily basis.” • Applied geomatics
• Risk assessment
• Environmental technology

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School of

Health, Human
Care and Wellness
Dental Hygiene

Early Childhood Education

Early Childhood Education Intensive

Child Development Practitioner Apprenticeship

Mental Health and Addiction Worker

Personal Support Worker

Practical Nursing

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Occupational Therapist Assistant


and Physiotherapist Assistant

Respiratory Therapy

Social Service Worker

Pre-Health Sciences

With Canada’s aging population, the need for skilled health sector
professionals is greater than ever. Shortages are evident in this
country and around the globe. The need for workers in this vital job
sector has created ample opportunity for those wanting to start a
rewarding career.
The College has a wide range of health, human care and wellness
programs that focus on the entire body – mental and physical. The
approach to this critical health-related training is practical. Students
learn hands-on in our innovative labs from highly skilled faculty.
Training includes one-on-one learning paired with real-world clinic
and placement opportunities.

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Health, Human Care and Wellness

Dental Hygiene
Three Years - Ontario College Advanced Diploma

Develop the knowledge and skills needed to become a self-regulated Your Future Career
health professional. A large part of your training will include hands- • Private practice
on clinical practice. Students work with clients from the community • Community health services
on-site in Canadore’s dental lab, where they offer free cleanings as • Hospitals
they put their clinical theory into practice. Graduates are in high • Collective living centers
demand, finding employment in dental offices, hospitals, and research • Research and teaching institutes
institutes. This program is accredited by the Commission on Dental
Accreditation of Canada. What You Learn
• Oral anatomy
Note: Graduates of this program are eligible to write the National Dental Hygiene
Certification examination. For more information visit www.ndhcb.ca.
• Principles of radiography
• Microbiology
• Periodontics
• Pharmacology
• Orthodontics for dental
Kara Hishon hygienists
Dental Hygienist,
Laurelwood Family Dentistry, Waterloo, ON Program Contact
Terra Bourre, Professor
Dental Hygiene Graduate 2012 705.474.7600 ext. 5417
“The dental hygiene faculty were very knowledgeable, personable terra.bourre@canadorecollege.ca
and understanding. If I hadn’t gone to Canadore I wouldn’t be
where I am today. A 24-year-old dental hygienist who just bought
her first home! Success!!!”

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Early Childhood Education
Two Years - Ontario College Diploma

There is an increased demand for early childhood educators. Get the skills you need to start
a rewarding career working with young children. This activity-based program is taught using
a holistic approach in which the stages of a child’s developmental growth as well as cognitive
skills and socio-emotional development are emphasized. Graduates of our program find careers
working in partnership with teachers in Kindergarten classrooms across Ontario, as well as other
early learning environments. The placement component of this program offers you hands-on,
real-world experience.

Your Future Career


• Full-day kindergarten programs
• Educational settings as educational assistants
• Resource programs Early Childhood
• Specialty and early learning schools Education Intensive
• Childcare centres or home care One Year - Ontario College Diploma

What You Learn Graduates of any Bachelor of Education or


• Child development Bachelor of Arts program can complete this
• Infant, toddler, and school-aged curricula hands-on, intensive program in one year.
• Language and literacy development Expand your knowledge and skill-set working
• Health, safety and nutrition in real-world settings. A 210-hour field
• Special education placement gives you a practical application for
• Outdoor/environmental learning course your training with the possibility of securing
permanent employment. This program is
Program Contact designed in collaboration with Nipissing
Wendy Gallant, Professor University’s Faculty of Education.
705.474.7600 ext. 5829
wendy.gallant@canadorecollege.ca

Child Development
Practitioner Apprenticeship
Flexible

Earn while you learn with this flexible delivery


option. There is an increasing demand for child
development practitioners who are not only skilled
in the practical aspects of the trade, but also have
a sound theoretical knowledge. The majority of the
training takes place while working on the job as a
paid apprentice, and the formal education portion
can be taken either in-class or via distance education.
Courses are offered in the evening through Contact
North, through correspondence or online.
This program can be completed in as little as
three years.
For registration information and/or enrolment
criteria contact your local Ministry of Training,
Colleges, and Universities - Apprenticeship Branch
(Employment Ontario) at 800.387.5656.

Program Contact
Kathie Nesseth
705.474.7600 ext. 5628
Toll-free: 800.519.3534, option 3
kathie.nesseth@canadorecollege.ca

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Health, Human Care and Wellness

Mental Health and Addiction Worker


Two Years - Ontario College Diploma

Counsellors with training in mental health and addictions are highly Your Future Career
sought-after. This program will prepare you for employment in • Addiction treatment centres
this meaningful, in-demand field. You will train to work in mental and prevention programs
health and addiction-specific settings including a broad spectrum of • Mental health facilities
social and health agencies. Learn in class, in the field, and through • Hospitals
independent learning under the skilled instruction of our professors. • Correctional facilities
The College collaborates with agencies across the province and has • Recovery or rehabilitation
strong partnerships with local institutions. homes
This program has a field placement component.
What You Learn
• Foundations of psychology
Dual diploma option! Get two diplomas in three years in and sociology
either Indigenous Wellness and Addictions Prevention or • Crisis intervention
Social Service Worker. • Recovery strategies and
relapse prevention
• Abnormal psychology
Program Contact • Dynamics of chemical
Cynthia Renton, Professor dependency
705.474.7600 ext. 5378 • Fundamentals of
cynthia.renton@canadorecollege.ca pharmacology

Personal Support Worker


One Year - Ontario College Certificate

Offered in North Bay and Parry Sound

This one-year certificate program trains students to offer personal care Your Future Career
and home management services to clients in community or institutional • Long-term
settings. Personal support workers are valuable members of the care facilities
health care team, providing services to clients with physical, cognitive, • Community/
emotional, and behavioral challenges. Students learn hands-on in the Home care
classroom, on community placements and in the new home environment • Hospitals
simulation lab equipped with high-end audio/visual equipment and
interactive mannequins. PSWs are highly sought-after as health care What You Learn
providers, working under a regulated health professional or in a • Nutritional menu planning
supported independent living environment. • Clinical care (hospital
and long term)
• Simulation and lab work
• Diseases and pharmacology
• Patient home care

North Bay Program Contact


Nancy Bush, Professor
705.474.7600 ext. 5145
nancy.bush@canadorecollege.ca

Parry Sound Program Contact


Dr. Peter Istvan
705.746.9222 ext. 7352
peter.istvan@canadorecollege.ca

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Practical Nursing COLLABORATIVE NURSING
Two Years - Ontario College Diploma Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Four Years - BScN
Offered in North Bay and Parry Sound
This integrated, collaborative nursing program
Train for a career in this important health field leads to a BScN awarded by Canadore’s partnering
in Canadore’s leading-edge simulation nursing institution, Nipissing University. This specific
laboratory. The lab is equipped with interactive training will prepare you to meet the present and
mannequins that speak and replicate real symptoms, future needs of health care. Graduates will be
on which students act out common medical eligible to write the nurse registration examination,
emergencies. Training culminates with a seven- and upon successful completion, can apply
week, pre-graduate placement experience working for registration with the College of Nurses of
with a registered practical nurse. Our nursing Ontario and will be able to practice as beginning
graduates are sought-after all over the world working professionals in a variety of clinical settings. This
independently or as part of a health care team. BScN collaborative program, which has eight clinical
practicums, offers students a unique and innovative
Bridging option: Successful graduates have a bridging option to
the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program.
way of learning that incorporates the best of both
college and university learning experiences.
Your Future Career
Note: Students must apply to Nipissing University through the
• Acute care Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (www.ouac.on.ca).
• Hospitals Inquiries may also be directed to the Nipissing University
• Psychiatric settings Admissions Office at 705.474.3450 ext. 4761.
• Long-term care facilities
• Community home health agencies
Your Future Career
• Doctors’ offices and clinics
• Hospitals
• Rehabilitation centres
• Clinics
• Long-term care facilities
What You Learn
• Public health
• Nursing theory and practice
• Home nursing
• Pharmacology
• Collaborating across professions
What You Learn
• Anatomy and physiology
• Nursing theory and practice
• Health assessment
• Human anatomy and physiology
• Developmental psychology
• Nursing informatics
• Microbiology, molecular and cell biology
North Bay Program Contact
• Nursing in specialized settings
Dave Morrissette, Professor
• Pharmacology
705.474.7600 ext. 5262 • Developmental psychology
dave.morrissette@canadorecollege.ca
Program Contact
Parry Sound Program Contact Letitia Nadalin Penno, Associate Director of Nursing
Beverley Hall, Professor Canadore College/Nipissing University
705.746.9222 ext. 7353 705.474.3450 ext. 4247
beverley.hall@canadorecollege.ca letitiap@nipissingu.ca

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Health, Human Care and Wellness

Occupational Therapist Assistant


and Physiotherapist Assistant
Two Years - Ontario College Diploma

Start a career in this rewarding health field. OTAs and PTAs work
with people who have limited or impaired functionality due to injury,
illness, disabilities or aging. Learn in a hands-on environment to
develop the skills you need to work in clinical and community-
based settings under the guidance and supervision of registered
occupational therapists and physiotherapists.

Your Future Career What You Learn


• Hospitals • Occupational/physiotherapy skills
• Nursing homes • Anatomy and physiology
• Senior living centres • Function and movement specialized
• Clinics training
• Rehabilitation centres • Therapeutic exercise
• Extended care facilities • Rehabilitation practice
• Human lifespan development
• Mental health concepts and techniques
Program Contact
Brenna Tonkin, Professor
705.474.7600 ext. 5859
brenna.tonkin@canadorecollege.ca

Respiratory Therapy
Three Years - Ontario College Advanced Diploma

Learn to evaluate, treat and manage the care of patients with cardiopulmonary abnormalities.
Graduates of this program are extensively trained in medical gas administration, mechanical ventilation,
cardiopulmonary resuscitation, and anaesthesia. The third-year placement, which has included the Hospital
for Sick Children and Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital, allows students to gain practical
experience in neonatal and pediatric settings. Graduates enter this in-demand, lifesaving field and find
employment in a variety of dynamic settings.

Your Future Career What You Learn


• Hospitals • Anatomy and physiology
• Education • Respiratory care
• Home care procedures
• Research settings • Cardiac function testing
• Diagnostic • Arterial blood gases
facilities • Mechanical ventilation
• Specialty • Pulmonary function
laboratories testing
• Obstetrics • Neonatal and pediatrics
• Community • Anaesthesia
services • Home care and
rehabilitation
Program Contact
Cary Ward, Professor
705.474.7600 ext. 5243
cary.ward@canadorecollege.ca

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Social Service Worker
Two Years - Ontario College Diploma

This program will give you the knowledge and skills


you need to enter this dynamic and rewarding career
field. Learn skills and methods that will qualify you
to work in a variety of settings and challenging
situations. You will also gain unique exposure and
insight into Aboriginal history, culture and practice,
which will be valuable to individuals looking for
employment in northern communities.
Community placement opportunity.

Dual diploma option! Get two diplomas in


three years in either Indigenous Wellness
and Addictions Prevention or Mental Health
and Addictions Worker.

Your Future Career What You Learn


• Crisis prevention/ • Crisis intervention
intervention programs • Human development
• Residential facilities
• Children’s programs
• Family dynamics
• Substance abuse
Pre-Health Sciences
and services training One Year - Ontario College Certificate
• Correctional facilities • Special Issues in Obtain the knowledge you need to make an
programs social work informed program choice, and the necessary skills
• Programs and services • Human service and and prerequisites to start your academic career in
for youth the law the health sector. This program will prepare you for
• Educational/teaching • Canada’s First further college studies or your future career in the
assistant Peoples health sciences sector.
• Mental health services • Interviewing
• Long-term care facilities techniques Graduates of this program are prepared to meet
the eligibility requirements for a number of
Canadore programs including: Practical Nursing,
Program Contact
Dental Hygiene, Respiratory Therapy, Biotechnology
Darlene Vanderlee, Professor
Technologist, Occupational Therapist Assistant
705-474-7600 ext. 5264 and Physiotherapist Assistant, and Environmental
darlene.vanderlee@canadorecollege.ca Technician - Protection and Compliance.
Limited number of guaranteed seats in the Practical
Nursing, Occupational Therapist Assistant and
Physiotherapist Assistant, and Dental Hygiene
programs are available for graduates.
Note: Certain programs will require a minimum program GPA or
minimum grades in specific courses.

What You Learn


• Human biology
• Chemistry
• Communication fundamentals
• Pre-health math
• Psychology/physics (electives)

Program Contact
Sandy Nashkawa, Professor
705.474.7600 ext. 5190
sandy.nashkawa@canadorecollege.ca

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School of

Indigenous
Studies
Indigenous Wellness and Addictions Prevention

Indigenous Pre-Health Studies

Indigenous Preparatory Studies

Customized and Community-based Training

Canadore is supportive of both your academic and cultural


needs. This unique school of study focuses on academic
excellence and brings together programs that are based in
Indigenous knowledge. Culture-based programs focus on
history and tradition, and are designed to help you prepare
for, and be successful in, your postsecondary career. These
programs are open to all applicants.

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Indigenous Studies

Indigenous Wellness and Indigenous


Addictions Prevention Pre-Health Studies
Two Years - Ontario College Diploma One Year - Ontario College Certificate

This program will provide you with the skills and Prepare for further college studies or your future
knowledge you need for employment in a variety of career in the health sciences sector in our unique
Indigenous settings. The curriculum is based upon culture-based program. This program will prepare
the teachings of the Medicine Wheel. Traditional you to meet the challenges of postsecondary
teachings will guide you through the physical, mental, education while you gain a solid understanding
social, cultural and spiritual elements of addiction as of Indigenous history and culture, as well as vital
you learn vital assessment, intervention and recovery science and math skills.
techniques for individuals, families, and groups.
Traditional methods of healing include Sacred Circles, What You Learn
Teaching/Learning Circles, and the use of the four • Technical math
sacred medicines – tobacco, cedar, sage and sweet • Chemistry
grass. Graduates of the IWAP Program are eligible • Human biology
to become accredited Wellness and Addictions • Culture and heritage
counsellors through the First Nations Wellness and • Introduction to Ojibwe or Cree
Addictions Counsellor Certification Board. • Mathematic applications
• Student success strategies:
There is a placement component in this program. Ingwamazin/Aagamezii
• Identity and the Indigenous psyche
• Social justice and Indigenous societies
Flexible exit options. Exit with an Ontario • Wellness
College Certificate after one year or exit with
an Ontario College Diploma after two years. Program Contact
Mary Wabano, Director of the First Peoples’ Centre
Dual diploma option! Get two diplomas in
three years in either Social Service Worker 705.474.7600 ext. 5967
or Mental Health and Addictions Worker. mary.wabano@canadorecollege.ca

Your Future Career


• Traditional medicine
• Alcohol and drug
treatment units
• Family resource centres
• Young offender residential centres
Stephanie Mitchell-Fudge
What You Learn Practical Nursing Student
• Traditional healing, learning, and teaching
• Culture specific helping Indigenous Pre-Health Studies Graduate 2004,
• Challenges facing Native communities Office Administration Graduate 2005
• Interviewing, reporting, and documenting
“I graduated from Pre-health and Office
• Addictions counselling skills
administration and worked in my field for eight
• Relapse preventions
years. Once the kids got older I decided it was
• Multiculturalism
time for "me", so here I am back at Canadore
• Psychology and sociology
and taking the Practical Nursing Program (my
dream!!) I love the hands-on training, it's the
Program Contact
best part of the program. I'm very happy with
Dr. Barbara Waterfall, Professor
my program and with my professors, they show
705.474.7600 ext. 5132 great passion for the profession. I graduate in
barbara.waterfall@canadorecollege.ca January 2016!!”

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Canadore welcomes Customized and
approximately 350 Aboriginal Community-Based Training
students annually from
Canadore tailors training and postsecondary
across the country. education programs to meet the needs of the
communities we serve.

We have offered
• Pre-Apprenticeship in Carpentry
• Personal Support Worker Certificate
Indigenous • 8-week Customized Short Programs:
- Pre-Construction Worker
Preparatory Studies - Leadership and Event Planning
One Year - Ontario College Certificate
For More Information Contact
This unique culture-based program, will help you
Judy Manitowabi, Manager of Community-based
find direction while learning the vital skills to
Training, First Peoples’ Centre
make an informed decision about your college
education or future career. You will gain a solid 705.474.7600 ext. 5966
understanding of Indigenous history and culture judy.manitowabi@canadorecollege.ca
which will better prepare you to meet the challenges
of postsecondary education.

What You Learn


• Introduction to Ojibwe or Cree
• Mathematic applications
• Student success strategies:
Ingwamazin /Aagamezii
• Mino-Bmaadziwin
• Math for skilled trades or business
• Identity and the Indigenous psyche
• Social justice and Indigenous societies
• Wellness

Program Contact
Mary Wabano, Director of the First Peoples’ Centre
705.474.7600 ext. 5967
mary.wabano@canadorecollege.ca

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School of

Language, Access
and Preparatory
Studies
English as a Second Language/Anglais, langue seconde

General Arts and Science

Academic Upgrading and Career Preparation

Canadore’s Preparatory programs are designed to help


you make an informed decision about your postsecondary
program or career choice and to help you meet all the
requirements for enrolment.

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School of Language, Access
and Preparatory Studies

GENERAL ARTS AND SCIENCE - ONE YEAR PROGRAMME GÉNÉRAL D’ARTS ET SCIENCES - UN AN
English as a Second Language Anglais, langue seconde
One Year - Ontario College Certificate Un an - Certificat collégial de l’Ontario
Become bilingual and invest in your future. Devenez bilingue et investissez dans votre avenir.
Multilingual employees are in demand both Les employés multilingues sont recherchés, tant
domestically and internationally. This two-semester au Canada qu’à l’étranger. Ce programme de deux
program is designed for students whose first semestres est conçu pour les étudiants dont la langue
language is not English. Canadore provides quality maternelle n’est pas l’anglais. Le collège Canadore
English language training in a caring and supportive offre une formation de qualité en anglais dans un
environment using modern and social technologies. environnement accueillant et efficace en utilisant de
technologies modernes et sociales.
Why Choose Canadore?
• Ministry-approved program Pourquoi choisir Canadore?
• Qualified and experienced instructors • Programme approuvé par le ministère
• Occupation-specific language training • Enseignants et enseignantes qualifié(e)s
• Advanced facilities and CAN-8 language et expérimenté(e)s
laboratory • Formation linguistique propre à
• Small, friendly classes diverses professions
• Multi-cultural environment • Milieu de fine pointe et laboratoire
linguistique CAN-8
What You Learn • Petites classes amicales
• Conversational English • Environnement multiculturel
• Reading
• Grammar Ce que vous apprendrez
• Writing • Anglais de conversation
• Pronunciation and listening • Lecture
• Cultural/social issues • Grammaire
• Rédaction
Program Contact • Prononciation et écoute
Kelly Allan, Professor • Enjeux culturels/sociaux
705.474.7600 ext. 5839 • Conditions d’admission
kelly.allan@canadorecollege.ca

Mariane Sisdelli de Oliveira


Environmental Management Student
Travelled to Canadore from São Paulo, Brazil

English as a Second Language (ESL)


Graduate 2014
“The teachers are really attentive and pay
attention to our difficulties, and they also help
us to improve the way we learn. English is really
important for my career as a Civil Engineer
and for my program, which is Environmental
Management. Moreover, learning English has
been good for my personal growth, because in
my opinion, we are able to see the same things
with a different view when we know more about
the world, cultures and ourselves.”

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Build on your certificate by
Academic Upgrading and
continuing your education in
Career Preparation
Flexible with *Free Tuition!
another Canadore program. Upgrade your knowledge and skills to prepare for
college, apprenticeship, and/or employment, whether
or not you have a high school diploma. This flexible
training is tailored to suit your educational and/or
employment goals. You can attend these programs on a
full- or part-time basis to suit your busy schedule.
General Arts and Science *Academic Upgrading and Career Preparation programs may be
One Year - Ontario College Certificate tuition-free to residents of Ontario who are at least 19 years of age.
Financial support for childcare and transportation is available to
Get the knowledge you need to make an educated qualified applicants.

program or career choice, and the necessary skills Literacy and Basic Skills (LBS)
and prerequisites to begin your academic career. provides upgrading in English, math, introductory
computer applications, self-management and workplace
This Program Helps You essential skills. This program will help to improve your
• Explore career options employment prospects, and will prepare you for further
• Acquire necessary prerequisites for admission training. Many students who successfully complete this
into college programs or industrial skills training program proceed directly into the ACE Program.
• Prepare for access to some university programs
Academic and Career Entrance Program (ACE)
• Strengthen academic, interpersonal and
allows you to upgrade your academic skills and
learning skills
prepares you for further education. Studies may include
mathematics, English, biology, chemistry, physics,
What You Learn
and introductory computer applications. Successful
• Introduction to science
completion of the ACE Program provides a Grade 12
• Communication fundamentals
equivalence that is recognized for admission to college
• Business math
postsecondary programs and apprenticeship training in
• Psychology for everyday living
Ontario. ACE courses are also available online.
• Critical thinking and reasoning
• Lifespan development acedistancedelivery.ca

Program Contact Program Contact


Sandy Nashkawa, Professor Kim Sawyer, Registration Officer
705.474.7600 ext. 5190 705.474.7600 ext. 5469
sandy.nashkawa@canadorecollege.ca kim.sawyer@canadorecollege.ca

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School of

Media,
Design and
Dramatic Arts
Advertising and Marketing Communications

Broadcasting – Radio

Broadcasting – Television and Video Production

Digital Cinematography

Graphic Design

Mobile Application Development

Theatre Arts

Train for an exciting career in media, design or dramatic arts.


Our new integrated media hub is equipped with the latest
technologies and training tools. Whether you want to be in front
of the camera or behind it, onstage or backstage, designing,
creating or communicating, Canadore offers dynamic interactive
programming to give you the skills you need to launch into this
diverse industry.

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School of Media, Design and Dramatic Arts

Advertising and Marketing Broadcasting – Radio


Communications Two Years - Ontario College Diploma
Two Years - Ontario College Diploma Learn to work in every aspect of radio, from
copywriting to sales, on-air announcing to
Train for a career in this fast-paced field under
management. You will learn on leading edge
current industry professionals. Learn valuable
broadcast systems in Canadore’s new, fully-
communication techniques across every media.
functioning radio station that broadcasts
Flex your creative muscles as you brainstorm,
online to a global audience. Our faculty are
plan and implement innovative advertising
trained industry professionals with extensive
concepts as part of a team, in-class and for
work-related experience. Unique placement
real clients. Think beyond the obvious and this
opportunities in the first and second year allow
program will offer you limitless possibilities.
you to gain valuable industry contacts while
learning in a real-world environment.
Your Future Career
• Marketing You will leave this program with over
• Advertising 200 hours of on-air experience!
• Sales
• Communications
• Market research
Bring your smartphone or
tablet to class. Technology
What You Learn
will be used in class, in lab
• Computer graphics, layout and design basics
settings and in the field.
• Strategic thinking
• Applied market research
• Marketing principles
• Creative copywriting
• Project management Your Future Career
• Sales and media planning • Announcer
• Reporter
Program Contact • Production coordinator
Phil Cowcill, Professor • Voice-over artist
• Promotions director
705.474.7600 ext. 5553 • Media sales
phil.cowcill@canadorecollege.ca • Music programmer

What You Learn


• Programming
• Announcing and performing techniques
• Commercial writing and production
• Sales and promotion
• Audio systems
• Internet radio management
• Interviewing techniques

Program Contact
Yura Monestime, Professor
705.474.7600 ext. 5197
yura.monestime@canadorecollege.ca

Check out our radio station!


thepanther.ca

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Rachel Jackson
Commercial Dailies Supervisor,
Bling Digital, Toronto, ON

Television Broadcasting and Video Production


Graduate 2011
“The professors were exceptional. Each one
brought extensive industry experience and a fresh
and captivating perspective to our classes. I found
they went above and beyond to connect with their
students and get to know them as individuals.
Did you know? Canadore’s Broadcasting – Their encouragement and support gave me the
Television and Video Production students produce confidence to jump into the industry head first.
almost all of the cutting-edge media board content I have found great success due to the skills I
for the Battalion, North Bay’s OHL team. honed at Canadore.”

Broadcasting – Television Digital Cinematography


and Video Production Three Years - Ontario College Advanced Diploma
Two Years - Ontario College Diploma The film and television industry is thriving in Canada,
and there is a growing need for skilled workers in
Work hands-on with TV and video production
this dynamic and exciting field. Learn the art of
courses starting in your first semester! Canadore’s
movie making using new digital technologies like
fast-paced, fully-functioning television and video
the RED EPIC camera used to shoot films like The
production facility, is equipped with high-definition
Hobbit and The Amazing Spiderman. This program is
studios, cameras and industry-standard editing
geared for the industry of today, where professionals
software and equipment. Learn every aspect of
must be able to understand all aspects of production
the trade from behind the camera or behind the
including cinematography, screenwriting, editing and
scenes, including lighting, sound, producing and
directing. You will gain a solid foundation to create
editing. Work on live studio productions that are
visual stories and graduate with the tools you need
broadcast over the Internet, and gain practical
to enter this rapidly-changing and evolving field.
industry experience working on corporate videos,
documentaries, commercials, covering news and
sports events and mobile productions using a TV
Cogeco mobile production truck. Start working on your own
short-film in your first year!
Your Future Career
• Film and television
• Live production Your Future Career
• Video and online production • Film and television
• Videography • Directing and producing
• Media outlets • Documentary and commercial production
• Self-employment
What You Learn
What You Learn • Documentaries and commercials
• Studio and ENG/EPP field production • Motion effects and compositing
• Post-production and editing • Directing
• Mobile and live productions • Long and short filmmaking
• Directing for television and video • Scriptwriting for film and media
• Lighting and sound design • Sound production
• Writing for media • Production process and management

Contact for Both Programs


Yura Monestime, Professor
Visit our website! 705.474.7600 ext. 5197
canadoretv.com yura.monestime@canadorecollege.ca

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School of Media, Design and Dramatic Arts
Graphic Design Student Projects

Graphic Design
Three Years - Ontario College Advanced Diploma

Prepare for a creative and dynamic career. You can’t Your Future Career What You Learn
launch a new business, product or service without a • Advertising and • Corporate identity
visual element. As a graphic designer you could be marketing firms and branding
creating logos, advertisements, animations, branding, • Multimedia outlets • Digital photography
ad images, digital content and websites. In the program • Web design • Illustration – traditional
you will learn and develop specific skills and techniques, companies and digital
compile an extensive portfolio, and gain invaluable • Television and film • ePublishing and print
work-related experience working with real clients. production production
• Printing houses • Typography/page layout
Note: A three-year Canadore College Graphic Design diploma
fulfills the educational component criteria necessary to become
• Design agencies • Design and advertising
a Registered Graphic Designer (R.G.D.), a provincially-legislated and studios • Online content, motion
designation. • Packaging firms graphics and animation

Program Contact
Carol Bridle, Professor
705.474.7600 ext. 5165 Visit our website!
carol.bridle@canadorecollege.ca canadoregraphics.com

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Mobile Application Theatre Arts
Development Three Years Compressed (24 months)
Ontario College Advanced Diploma
One Year - Ontario College Graduate Certificate
Live and breathe theatre in this fast-paced condensed
Get the skills you need to launch your career in the
training program. Learn the tools of the trade
cutting-edge field of mobile app development. Mobile
necessary to be successful in the worlds of theatre,
devices are everywhere and are used readily in the
film and television. Train under professionals
business and personal lives of people all over the world.
currently working in the industry. Gain valuable
This field is exploding and skilled app developers are in
exposure to agents, directors and producers during
high demand. New applications are being created daily
your training. This three-year program condensed
for games, maps, medical applications, banks, media
into two years culminates with Rep 21, a graduate
outlets – and the list goes on. Students work hands on
contemporary theatre company where graduates
with Blackberry, Playbooks, iPads, and Android devices.
have the opportunity to perform in one or more live
productions in both North Bay and Toronto.
Your Future Career
• Mobile app developer
Your Future Career
• iOS developer
• Theatre
• AIR developer
• Film and television
• Web designer
• Commercials
• Web developer
• Radio
• PHP / MySQL manager
• Voice-overs
• Interface designer
• UX designer
What You Learn
• Acting and scene study
What You Learn
• Film and television performance
• Develop for Blackberry, Apple, and Android mobile
• Movement and stage combat
devices
• Voice and speech
• 3D graphics, animation, rich media
• Clowning
• Game development
• Singing
• Web development for mobile devices
• Improvisation
• Marketing and distribution of apps
• Creative writing
• Video and audio editing
• Stage makeup
• AIR, JAVA, iOS
Program Contact
Program Contact
Rod Carley, Professor
Phil Cowcill, Professor
705.474.7600 ext. 5670
705.474.7600 ext. 5553
rod.carley@canadorecollege.ca
phil.cowcill@canadorecollege.ca

This program is available rep21.ca


in class and online! rodcarley.com

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School of

Sport and
Recreation
Ecotourism

Recreation and Leisure Services

Recreation Therapy

Recreation Programs - Fast Track

Strength and Sport Conditioning

Canadore offers diverse sport and recreation training. There are


a number of career pathways in this exciting and dynamic field.
Whether you want to pursue a career working in recreation or
rehabilitation facilities, sports facilities or your own business,
we have the training you need to make your goals a reality. Our
professors are highly skilled and innovative, and many of our
programs are also available completely online.

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School of Sport and Recreation

Ecotourism
One Year - Ontario College Certificate

Offered in North Bay and Parry Sound

Learn practical skills in class and in the beautiful


Northern Ontario landscape. This program will
give you the skills you need to work in the ever-
expanding ecotourism industry. You will obtain
knowledge and skill-sets required to work in
outdoor-based tourism organizations or to operate
your own unique business. Develop leadership skills
while engaging in a number of activities including
hiking and snowshoeing. Fun and informative field
trips may take you to ecology centres, outdoor
Recreation and
adventure organizations and natural attractions in Leisure Services
the area. Program highlights include camping skills, Two Years - Ontario College Diploma
nature identification, earth science, native customs
and traditions, search and rescue techniques and Train for an exciting career that could take you
outdoor games. You can also obtain additional anywhere in the world. As a recreation professional,
certification including a nationally-recognized GPS you could find yourself planning special events or
training course. organizing activities and programs for all age groups
at resorts, camps, or even on cruise ships – the
Ecotourism graduates are eligible to complete possibilities are endless. Your training will include
any of these diploma programs in two additional organizing community events, participating in hands-
full-time semesters: Recreation and Leisure on workshops, and the potential to earn various
Services, Recreation Therapy and Strength and certifications in career-related areas.
Sport Conditioning.
Students complete 400 hours of applied work
Your Future Career experience.
• Tourist resorts
• Youth and adventure camps Your Future Career
• Outfitter companies • Sport and recreation associations and facilities
• Outdoor adventure organizations • Community agencies
• Conservation authorities • Parks and recreation departments
• Ecotourism and outdoor recreation operations
What You Learn • Fitness centres
• Leadership and program planning • Youth and senior organizations
• Ecotourism programming • Tourism and resort industry
• Sports and special events
• Legislation and risk management What You Learn
• Concepts and principles of ecotourism • Leadership and program planning
• Marketing • Community development
• Health and wellness
• Fundraising
• Sports and special events
• Recreation facilities
• Therapeutic recreation basics
These programs are available • Marketing
in class and online!
Obtain two diplomas in three years!
Contact for Both Programs
Canadore graduates of this program are
Dave de Jourdan, Professor
eligible to transfer directly into the second
705.474.7600 ext. 5223 year of the Recreation Therapy or Strength
dave.dejourdan@canadorecollege.ca and Sport Conditioning.

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Recreation Therapy
Two Years - Ontario College Diploma

Train for a career in one of the fastest-growing Your Future Career


professions. This is a rewarding, health-centred • Rehabilitation centres
field where you will have the opportunity to make a • Long-term care facilities
positive impact on the quality of life of an individual • Municipal recreation centres
with an illness or disability. Through assessment, • Hospitals
planning, and delivery of programs, you will help • Schools
people lead more fulfilling and independent lives. • Social services agencies
This specific training will prepare you for a career in • Children’s treatment centres
clinical and community-based settings. All classes • Centres for addiction and mental health
are available onsite or online, and are recorded for
future playback. What You Learn
Students complete 400 hours of applied • Program design and supervision
work experience. • Disabilities and aging
• Leisure education and counselling
• Health and wellness
This program is available • Recreation facilities
in class and online! • Sports and special events
• Leadership and program planning
• Assessment and documentation
Obtain two diplomas in three years!
Canadore graduates of this program are Program Contact
eligible to transfer directly into the second Dave de Jourdan, Professor
year of Recreation and Leisure Services or 705.474.7600 ext. 5223
Strength and Sport Conditioning. dave.dejourdan@canadorecollege.ca

Recreation Programs –
Fast Track
College and university graduates are eligible to
fast-track any of Canadore’s three recreation-
related diploma programs: Recreation and
Leisure Services, Recreation Therapy and Strength
and Sport Conditioning. Applicants receive a 1
year block transfer and can complete the diploma
in as little as one year.
Visit us online for more information.

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School of Sport and Recreation

Strength and Sport Conditioning Your Future Career


Two Years - Ontario College Diploma • Personal trainer
• Sport team consultant
There is an increasing need for certified professionals in strength and • Fitness facility manager
sport conditioning. This specialized program, designed for individuals • Olympic style weightlifting coach
who have an interest in sport and fitness, will teach you the skills and
techniques needed to help athletes or sports teams reach their maximum What You Learn
physical potential. Strength and sport conditioning is athletic training • Agility, plyometric and speed
aimed at greater strength, power, speed, agility, coordination and training
balance. You will learn general exercise principles, nutrition, and sport- • Science of sport conditioning
specific science, along with practical advanced training in weightlifting, • Resistance training for athletes
agility, plyometrics, balance, and sprint training for athletes. • Powerlifting and weightlifting
Students will complete 400 hours of practical applied • Health and wellness
work experience. • Leadership and program
planning
• Sports and special events
Obtain two diplomas in three years! Canadore graduates of
this program are eligible to transfer directly into the second Program Contact
year of the Recreation and Leisure Services program or the Dave de Jourdan, Professor
Recreation Therapy program. 705.474.7600 ext. 5223
dave.dejourdan@canadorecollege.ca

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Adriana Van Oostveen
Coordinator of Programming and
Events, 4-H Ontario, Rockwood, ON

Recreation and Leisure Services Graduate 2011


“I chose Canadore College for its learning
environment, and I wanted to study in a place
that felt like home. Canadore’s campus setting is
beautiful, surrounded by trails, trees and ponds.
The staff and students at Canadore make me feel
at home with their positive, friendly attitudes and
commitment to helping one another. Canadore
provided me with a program that truly opened
doors, and an environment I needed to grow,
learn and succeed.”

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School of

Trades and
Technology
Building Construction Technician

NEW Civil Engineering Technician/Technology


RENOVATION TECHNIQUES –
Construction Carpentry

Electrical Techniques

Motive Power Technician


MECHANICAL TECHNICIAN –
Machinist
NEW Mechanical Engineering Technician/Technology
MECHANICAL TECHNIQUES –
Plumbing
MECHANICAL TECHNICIAN –
Welder-Fitter

Skills Apprenticeship

Skilled workers are in high demand locally, provincially


and across Canada. Canadore is on the cutting edge of
innovation with its superior trades and technology learning
facility that has specialized labs fully equipped with industry
standard training tools. Many of our highly qualified
professors still work in their respective industries, and
are up-to-date with the current trends and continuously
changing technology.
Canadore’s programs and facilities offer students specific
training to acquire transferable skills that can take them all
over the world.
Graduates of many of our programs may receive, at the discretion of the
employer, advanced standing in their apprenticeships, based on their on-the-
job performance. Visit us online for more information.

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School of Trades and Technology

Building Construction Technician


42 Weeks - Ontario College Diploma

Complete a two-year diploma in just 42 weeks! Your Future Career


Canadore has one of the largest carpentry labs • Commercial and residential carpentry
in Ontario, with over 14,000 sq. ft. of training • Project design, planning and management
space – large enough to have two full-size • Construction companies
houses built within its walls. In this program you • General contracting
will gain the hands-on skills needed to work in • Self-employment
the growing building construction industry. In
addition, you will gain the confidence, knowledge What You Learn
and leadership skills needed to manage a team • Site layout and foundation systems
of workers. You will learn essential skills, such • Interior and exterior finishes
as how to operate the tools and equipment of • Estimating for residential structures
the trade, layout and construction of wood frame • Wood framing
floors, walls and roof systems, and much more. • Stair construction
• Blueprint reading
• Portable and stationary power tools
• Ontario Building Code
Find out what you need to get in.
See page 76.
Program Contact
Jill Rydall, Professor
705.474.7600 ext. 5677
jill.rydall@canadorecollege.ca

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Civil Engineering NEW

Your Future Career


Technician
• Structural/Municipal engineering
Two Years - Ontario College Diploma • Construction design and supervision
• Highway and transportation engineering
Technology
• Water resources engineering
Three Years - Ontario College Advanced Diploma • Geotechnical engineering
• Environmental protection
Build a solid foundation for your career. Civil
engineering technicians are highly sought-after What You Learn (Two Years)
in a number of industries, including construction, • Computer-aided drafting and design
mining, transportation, and road construction. (CADD) – both 2D and 3D
This in-demand career has unlimited employment • Surveying and GPS
options in both the public and private sectors. Many • Highway/road design and planning
of the things we use every day are impacted by civil • Design and construction of infrastructure
engineering, including dams and power stations, • Project management and estimating
water and sewage treatment plants, roadways, • Applied strength of materials
and structures both large and small. This program
will provide you with the tools of the trade to be What You Learn (Three Years)
successful in this diverse profession. • Highway design
• Environmental engineering
• Project management and design
Program Contact
• Hydrology and soil mechanics
Stephen Parrick, Professor
705.474.7600 ext. 5682
stephen.parrick@canadorecollege.ca

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School of Trades and Technology

RENOVATION TECHNIQUES Your Future Career


Construction Carpentry • Commercial or residential construction
• Carpentry and general contracting
28 Weeks - Ontario College Certificate • Homebuilding companies
The construction industry is booming, and now is the • Woodworking shops
time to get the skills you need to work in this diverse • Restoration
field. Learn to construct, renovate, and retrofit • Lumberyards and hardware stores
new and existing buildings in one of the largest
construction labs in the province. The program offers What You Learn
a blend of theoretical and practical training with a • Carpentry skills
focus on safety and sustainability. • Portable and stationary power tools
• Building materials
• Site layout
Program Contact • Foundation systems
Jill Rydall, Professor • Wood framing
705.474.7600 ext. 5677 • Estimating
jill.rydall@canadorecollege.ca • Ontario Building Code

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Electrical Techniques Motive Power Technician
28 Weeks - Ontario College Certificate 40 Weeks - Ontario College Diploma

Skilled workers trained in residential and commercial Become skilled in motive power in our 8,000 sq. ft.
wiring are in demand. Get the training you need lab that includes industry-standard tools, diagnostic
in Canadore’s versatile 2,200 sq. ft. electrical lab, equipment, and lifts. You will learn to operate,
where you will learn essential skills such as service diagnose and service all types of vehicles, from
installations, pipe bending and armoured cable standard automobiles to industrial heavy-duty
practices on industry-standard tools. There is a heavy equipment, and have the opportunity to work on the
focus on real-world practical experience so you can latest technology by way of vehicle donations. You will
enter the job market with knowledge and confidence. perform actual service procedures on a wide variety of
components found in the power train of heavy vehicles,
Note: This program covers electrical apprenticeship concepts
and skills that may allow you to challenge a basic electrical install and set up clutches, and tear down and assess
exemption exam when you graduate. the condition of manual transmissions.

Your Future Career Your Future Career


• Independent contractor • Automotive service technician
• Construction and maintenance worker • Truck and coach technician
• Electrical apprentice • Heavy equipment technician
• Electrical distributor • Parts technician
• Network/telephone cable installer • New vehicle sales and leasing
• Pole line • Supervisory positions

What You Learn What You Learn
• Electrical theory and practice • Gasoline and diesel engine operation
• Trades calculations • Fuel delivery systems
• Blueprint reading • Electrical systems and engine controls
• Safety and electrical code • Power trains
• Steering, suspension and brakes
Program Contact • Hydraulic and air brake systems
Steven Draves, Professor • Welding procedures
705.474.7600 ext. 5667 • Climate control systems
steven.draves@canadorecollege.ca • Hybrid systems

Program Contact
Scott McLaughlin, Professor
Find out what you need to get in.
See page 76. 705.474.7600 ext. 5644
scott.mclaughlin@canadorecollege.ca

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School of Trades and Technology

MECHANICAL TECHNICIAN Your Future Career


Machinist • Machinist
• Tool and die maker
42 Weeks - Ontario College Diploma
• Mould and die maker
Take control of your future by training in this highly in-demand career • CNC machinist
field. You will be taught by our industry-trained faculty and staff in our • CNC programmer
8,000 sq. ft. lab, which features precision equipment to train students • Jobber shop machinist
for high-volume milling and turning. Students receive extensive
training on manual machines as well as automated Computer What You Learn
Numerical Control (CNC) machining equipment and gain skills to • CNC machining and programming
produce custom parts for virtually any type of vehicle or machinery. • Operation of precision tools
Mechanical technicians are sought after in a number of industries • Blueprint reading and interpretation
including automotive, mining, forestry and aviation, to name a few. • Technical mathematics
• Workshop technology theory and
practice

Program Contact
Flexible Exit Option. Receive a Mechanical Techniques Rob Korn, Professor
Ontario College Certificate after 28 weeks.
705.474.7600 ext. 5627
rob.korn@canadorecollege.ca

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Mechanical Engineering NEW MECHANICAL TECHNIQUES

Technician
Plumbing
28 Weeks - Ontario College Certificate
Two Years - Ontario College Diploma
Get the skills you need in Canadore’s combined
Technology
1,800 sq. ft. plumbing labs, which are set up to
Three Years - Ontario College Advanced Diploma simulate multi-levels of an actual residence and
equipped with industry-specific tools. Individually
Become skilled in this in-demand and important
and in teams, students have the opportunity to
field. Learn to design, develop and maintain
build residential and commercial plumbing systems,
machine components, tools, heating and ventilation
install fixtures and test all systems. You will gain a
systems, power generation and manufacturing
variety of trade-specific skills, including installing,
plants and equipment, and much more. Mechanical
maintaining and repairing piping systems, soldering,
engineering technicians and technologies are sought
and heating and hot water systems.
after in a number of industries including mining,
manufacturing, and forestry. Note: The program objectives have been designed to reflect the
outcomes of the Basic Level Plumbing Apprenticeship program.
Your Future Career
• Consulting engineering firms Your Future Career
• Manufacturing and processing companies • Building maintenance
• Government agencies • Construction
• Industrial firms
What You Learn (Two Years) • Residential plumbing
• Computer Aided Design – 3D design
• Electrical/electronic fundamentals What You Learn
• Fluid mechanics • Plumbing theory and practice
• Manufacturing processes • Trades calculations
• Strength of materials • Trade specific materials and tools
• Energy systems • Installation
• HVAC • Personal finance
• Blueprint reading
What You Learn (Three Years) • Ontario Plumbing Code
• Solid modelling
• Thermodynamics Program Contact
• Metallurgy Tom Laverock, Professor
• Pneumatics, hydraulics and automation 705.474.7600 ext. 5657
• Machine design tom.laverock@canadorecollege.ca

Program Contact
Stephen Parrick, Professor
Find out what you need to get in.
705.474.7600 ext. 5682 See page 76.
stephen.parrick@canadorecollege.ca

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School of Trades and Technology

MECHANICAL TECHNICIAN
Welder-Fitter
42 Weeks - Ontario College Diploma

Skilled welders are highly sought-after and well paid. In Your Future Career
this program you will learn the specialized skills of the • Welding fabrication
trade on industry-standard machines in our 4,700 sq. • Repair shops
ft. lab. You will learn multiple welding processes at one • Mining
of the 33 individual welding stations, including shield • Iron worker
metal arc welding (SMAW), Flux Cored Arc Welding • Pipe welding
(FCAW), gas metal arc (MIG) and gas tungsten arc (TIG)
welding, oxy-acetylene welding, brazing, and cutting What You Learn
techniques. Skills learned are highly transferable and • Blueprint reading
versatile as welding is used in several trades including • Welding theory and practice
plumbing, electrical, and automotive. Graduates will • Trade calculations
have completed all position welding training and • Metallurgy and rigging
possible Canadian Welding Bureau Certification. • Layout and fitting
• Manufacturing quality control and assurance

Flexible Exit Option. Receive a Welder- Program Contact


Fitter Mechanical Techniques Ontario Shawn Alyman, Professor
College Certificate after 25 weeks. 705.474.7600 ext. 5626
shawn.alyman@canadorecollege.ca

Skills Apprenticeship
Flexible

Canada is experiencing a critical shortage of skilled trades workers. Employers need highly skilled workers now,
and graduates from trades apprenticeship programs are in demand. A career in trades can offer you a promising
future in a secure, well-paid and challenging occupation. Earn while you learn! Apprenticeship is a combination
of in-school training and on-the-job experience. About 90 per cent of your time is spent learning practical skills
while being supervised by a qualified journeyperson. Apprenticeship training is flexible and accessible.

Canadore offers the in-school


portion of the training for the
following apprenticeships:

• Auto Body Repair


• Automotive Service Technician
• General Carpenter
• General Machinist
• Information Technology Technician
• Marine and Small Engine Technician
• Metal Fabricator
• Railway Car Technician
• Truck and Coach Technician

For More Information Contact


705.474.7600 ext. 5628
apprenticeship@canadorecollege.ca

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Kody Craig Budge
Certified Welder-Fitter Technician

Mechanical Technician – Welder-Fitter


Graduate 2013
“I got hired right out of college by the global
mining company, Rotacan. They took me
on as a junior welder as well as trained me
on ABB robotic welders. It’s been a constant
learning process. Canadore College gives
you the skills and knowledge to be able to
transition, adapt and advance.”

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Can I quickly get a
Second Credential?

CANADORE COLLEGE PROGRAM PATHWAY ACCREDITATION AVAILABLE COMPLETION DETAILS

All Ontario College Canadore College Environmental Geomatics 1 year to complete


Diploma Graduates and Environmental Management
Mobile Application Development
University Graduates Recreation and Leisure
Recreation Therapy
Strength and Sport Conditioning
Advertising and Marketing Communications Canadore College Public Relations 1 year to complete
Aviation Technician – Aircraft Maintenance Canadore College Aviation Technology – Aircraft Maintenance 1 year to complete
Note: Approval by the program coordinator is and Structures
required. Any gap in study may result in having to Aviation Technology – Aircraft Maintenance
repeat courses. and Avionics

Broadcasting – Television and Video Production Canadore College Digital Cinematography 2 years to complete
Canadore College Public Relations 1 year to complete
Business Canadore College Public Relations 1 year to complete
Community and Justice Services Canadore College Police Foundations 1 year to complete
Canadore College Mental Health and Addiction Worker 1 year to complete
Culinary Skills – Chef Training Canadore College Culinary Management 1 year to complete
Ecotourism Canadore College Recreation and Leisure Services 1 year to complete
Canadore College Recreation Therapy 1 year to complete
Canadore College Strength and Sport Conditioning 1 year to complete
Indigenous Wellness and Addictions Prevention Canadore College Mental Health and Addiction Worker 1 year to complete
Canadore College Social Service Worker 1 year to complete
Mental Health and Addiction Worker Canadore College Indigenous Wellness and Addictions 1 year to complete
Prevention
Canadore College Social Service Worker 1 year to complete
Canadore College Community and Justice Services 1 year to complete
Police Foundations Canadore College Community and Justice Services 1 year to complete
Public Relations Canadore College Advertising and Marketing Communications 1 year to complete
Social Service Worker Canadore College Indigenous Wellness and Addictions 1 year to complete
Prevention
Canadore College Mental Health and Addiction Worker 1 year to complete

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Part-time Studies

Working full-time or don’t have the opportunity to attend


college full-time? No problem. Canadore offers a number
of certificates and diplomas you can earn part-time.

Certificates

Business Human Services


• Accounting Foundation College Certificate • Adult Educator College Certificate
• Bookkeeping College Certificate • Autism and Behavioural Science Ontario
• Applied Management College Certificate College Graduate Certificate
• Client and Customer Relations College Certificate
• Financial Services Ontario College Information Technology
Graduate Certificate • Microsoft Applications College Certificate
• Human Resources Management College Certificate • Web Development College Certificate
• Leadership Development Series College Certificate
• Manufacturing Leadership College Certificate Languages and Communication
• Occupational Health and Safety College Certificate • Conversational French College Certificate
• Professional Office Skills College Certificate • Conversational Spanish College Certificate
• Supply Chain and Logistics Management
Ontario College Graduate Certificate Law, Justice and Labour Studies
• Law Clerk College Certificate
Geographic Information Systems • Fundamentals of Correctional Practices
• Geographic Information Systems College Certificate
College Certificate • Intercultural Relations College Certificate
• Fundamentals of Policing College Certificate
Hospitality
• Food Service Worker College Certificate Recreation and Leisure
• Ecotourism College Certificate
Health Sciences
• Activation Techniques in Gerontology Ontario Trades and Technology
College Graduate Certificate • Commercial Construction Management
• Diabetes Education Ontario College College Certificate
Graduate Certificate • Construction Estimator College Certificate
• Medical Transcription College Certificate
• Nursing Unit Clerk College Certificate
• Registered Practical Nurse - Oncology Diplomas
Ontario College Graduate Certificate
• Palliative Care - Working with the Terminally Ill
Business
College Certificate
• Ontario College Business Diploma
• Registered Nurse - Oncology Ontario College
Graduate Certificate
Recreation and Leisure
• Recreation and Leisure Services Ontario College
Diploma

At Canadore, we are flexible. If you are falling For more information please call or email:
behind, need to catch up, or need upgrading, 705.474.7600 ext. 5123
we have solutions for you. admissions@canadorecollege.ca

Visit us online at canadorecollege.ca and click on Part-time Studies

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What Do I Need to Get In?
Program Prerequisites

OCAS START
PROGRAM NAME LENGTH CAMPUS REQUIRED COURSES OTHER PG
CODE DATE
Academic and Career * Up to CD Continuous Ontario residents at least 19 years of *Apply directly to the
Preparation 52 wks PS age may apply for the program Canadore College
51
academic upgrading
department
Advertising and Marketing 010117 2 yrs CD Sep OSSD or equivalent
54
Communications Jan ENG4C or ENG4U
Aircraft Structural Repair 030305 1 yr AV Sep OSSD or equivalent
Technician ENG4C or ENG4U and 12 Math (C), (U) 14
or (M)
Aviation Fundamentals 030208 1 yr AV Sep OSSD or equivalent 14
Aviation Technician – 030201 2 yrs AV Sep OSSD or equivalent Recommended: Gr 12
Aircraft Maintenance ENG4C or ENG4U and Gr 12 Math (C) Math MCT4C, Senior level 15
or (U) physics
Aviation Technician – 030203 2 yrs AV Sep OSSD or equivalent Recommended: Gr 12
Avionics Maintenance ENG4C or ENG4U and Gr 12 Math (C) Math MCT4C, Senior 15
or (U) level physics
Aviation Technology – 030307 3 yrs AV Sep OSSD or equivalent Recommended: Gr 12
Aircraft Maintenance and ENG4C or ENG4U and Gr 12 Math (C) Math MCT4C, Senior level 16
Avionics or (U) physics
Aviation Technology – 030306 3 yrs AV Sep OSSD or equivalent Recommended: Gr 12
Aircraft Maintenance and ENG4C or ENG4U and Gr 12 Math (C) Math MCT4C, Senior level 16
Structural Repair or (U) physics
Bachelor of Science in Nursing PSN 4 yrs CD Sep OSSD with six (6) 4U/4M credits A minimum 70% average
including English, Biology and is required. Apply through 41
Chemistry www.ouac.on.ca
Biotechnology Technician 030112 2 yrs CD Sep OSSD or equivalent
ENG4C or ENG4U, any Gr 11 Math (C)
or (U), and one (1) of the following
sciences: Biology Gr 11 or 12 (C) or (U),
32
(SBI 3C, SBI 3U, SBI 4U), Chemistry: Gr
11 or 12 (C) or (U), (SCH 3U,SCH 4U,
SCH 4C); Physics: Gr 11 or 12 (C) or
(U), (SPH 3U, SPH 4U, SPH 4C)
Biotechnology Technologist 030113 3 yrs CD Sep OSSD or equivalent
ENG4C or ENG4U, any Gr 11 Math (C)
or (U), and one (1) of the following
sciences: Biology Gr 11 or 12 (C) or (U),
32
(SBI 3C, SBI 3U, SBI 4U), Chemistry: Gr
11 or 12 (C) or (U), (SCH 3U,SCH 4U,
SCH 4C); Physics: Gr 11 or 12 (C) or
(U), (SPH 3U, SPH 4U, SPH 4C)
Broadcasting – Radio 010104 2 yrs CD Sep OSSD or equivalent
54
ENG4C or ENG4U
Broadcasting – Television 010108 2 yrs CD Sep OSSD or equivalent
55
and Video Production ENG4C or ENG4U
Building Construction Technician 030623 42 CC Sep OSSD or equivalent *Accelerated
66
wks* ENG4C or ENG4U two year program

LEGEND: AV - Aviation CC - Commerce Court CD - College Drive PS - Parry Sound OL - Online * - See “Other” Section
Please Note: This chart is intended as a guide but is subject to change.
For specific program information visit our website or contact the Registrar’s Office at 705.474.7600 ext. 5123.

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Not sure if you qualify? If you are missing prerequisites, have been away from school,
or are unsure of your career path, don’t worry. We have options for you.

OCAS START
PROGRAM NAME LENGTH CAMPUS REQUIRED COURSES OTHER PG
CODE DATE
Business 020115 2 yrs CD Sep OSSD or equivalent
OL Jan - online ENG4C or ENG4U and any Gr 11 Math 20
only (C) or (U)
Business – Accounting 020113 2 yrs CD Sep OSSD or equivalent
ENG4C or ENG4U and any Gr 12 Math 20
(C) or (U)
Civil Engineering 030628 2 yrs CC Sep OSSD or equivalent
Technician ENG4C or ENG4U, and any Gr 12 Math 67
(C) or (U)
Civil Engineering 030629 3 yrs CC Sep OSSD or equivalent
Technology ENG4C or ENG4U, and any Gr 12 Math 67
(C) or (U)
Community and Justice Services 010505 2 yrs CC Sep OSSD or equivalent
ENG4C or ENG4U 24

Culinary Management 020203 2 yrs CD Sep OSSD or equivalent


ENG4C or ENG4U 28

Culinary Skills – Chef 020212 1 yr CD Sep OSSD or equivalent


ENG4C or ENG4U 28

Dental Hygiene 040208 3 yrs CD Sep OSSD or equivalent High demand program!
ENG4C or ENG4U. Gr 11 or 12 Math
(M) (C) or (U), (MCF 3M, MBF 3C, MCR
3U, MAP 4C, MCT 4C, MCB 4U, MGA
4U MDM 4U). Biology (C) or (U), (SBI 3C,
SBI 3U, SBI 4U) and one of the following 38
two (2) sciences: Chemistry: Gr 11 or
12 (C) or (U), (SCH 3U,SCH 4U, SCH 4C);
Physics: Gr 11 or 12 (C) or (U), (SPH 3U,
SPH 4U, SPH 4C
Digital Cinematography 010111 3 yrs CD Sep OSSD or equivalent
55
ENG4C or ENG4U
Early Childhood Education 010205 2 yrs CD Sep OSSD or equivalent
39
ENG4C or ENG4U
Early Childhood Education 010228 1 yr CD Sep Bachelor of Education or Bachelor of
Intensive Arts 39

Ecotourism 010405 1 yr CD Sep OSSD or equivalent


PS Jan ENG4C or ENG4U 60
OL
Electrical Techniques 030618 28 wks CC Sep OSSD or equivalent
Jan Grade 12 Compulsory English (ENG4C 69
or ENG4U)
English as a Second Language 010202 1 yr CD Sep OSSD or equivalent at or above the
50
Jan general level
Environmental Geomatics – 030116 1 yr CD Sep Ontario College Diploma or Bachelor’s
Graduate Certificate Degree or equivalent, AND Proof of 34
English proficiency

LEGEND: AV - Aviation CC - Commerce Court CD - College Drive PS - Parry Sound OL - Online * - See “Other” Section
Please Note: This chart is intended as a guide but is subject to change.
For specific program information visit our website or contact the Registrar’s Office at 705.474.7600 ext. 5123.

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What Do I Need to Get In?
Program Prerequisites

OCAS START
PROGRAM NAME LENGTH CAMPUS REQUIRED COURSES OTHER PG
CODE DATE
Environmental Management – 030115 1 yr CD Sep Graduate from a related 2 year
Graduate Certificate technician diploma or a 3 year
technology diploma program with
a GPA of 3.2 or higher. Or Graduate
from a related University program, e.g.
Bachelor of Environmental Studies,
34
Environmental Science, Environmental
Geography, Environmental Biology,
Chemistry, Biology, or related degree
program from an International
University, with a cumulative GPA of
3.0 or higher.
Environmental Technician – 030114 2 yrs CD Sep OSSD or equivalent
33
Protection and Compliance ENG4C or ENG4U
First Peoples’ Aviation * 3 yrs First Sep Grade 12 English (ENG4C) and; *Apply directly to First
Technology – Flight Nations Grade 12 Math for College Technology Nations Technical
Technical (MCT4C) or University Math (MHF4U or Institute 17
Institute MCV4U or equivalent); Grade 11 or 12 Physics is
strongly recommended
Food and Beverage Service 020213 1 yr CD Sep OSSD or equivalent
29
ENG4C or ENG4U
General Arts and Science 010214 1 yr CD Sep OSSD or equivalent
51
Jan ENG4C or ENG4U
Graphic Design 010110 3 yrs CD Sep OSSD or equivalent
56
ENG4C or ENG4U
Helicopter Flight Training * 1 yr AV Sep Applicants must be 18 years of age *Applicants apply
or older at completion of course. directly to Essential
17
Recommended courses include: Helicopters Flight
Physics, English, Math and Geography School
Indigenous Pre-Health Studies 010227 1 yr CD Sep OSSD or equivalent 46
Indigenous Preparatory Studies 010226 1 yr CD Sep OSSD or equivalent
47
Jan
Indigenous Wellness and 010212 2 yrs* CD Sep OSSD or equivalent Exit with a certificate
Addictions Prevention ENG4C or ENG4U after one year; exit with a 46
diploma after two years.
Mechanical Engineering * 2 yrs CC Sep OSSD or equivalent, ENG4C or *Pending Approval
Technician ENG4U and Grade 12 Math (C) or (U)
71
Recommended Courses: MCT4C and
SPH4C or SPH4U
Mechanical Engineering * 3 yrs CC Sep OSSD or equivalent, ENG4C or *Pending Approval
Technology ENG4U and Grade 12 Math (C) or (U)
71
Recommended Courses: MCT4C and
SPH4C or SPH4U
Mechanical Technician – 030625 42 wks CC Sep OSSD or equivalent
70
Machinist ENG4C or ENG4U
Mechanical Techniques – 030619 28 wks CC Sep OSSD or equivalent
71
Plumbing ENG4C or ENG4U
Mechanical Technician – 030626 42 wks CC Sep OSSD or equivalent
72
Welder Fitter ENG4C or ENG4U
Mental Health and Addiction 010221 2 yrs CD Sep OSSD or equivalent
40
Worker ENG4C or ENG4U

LEGEND: AV - Aviation CC - Commerce Court CD - College Drive PS - Parry Sound OL - Online * - See “Other” Section
Please Note: This chart is intended as a guide but is subject to change.
For specific program information visit our website or contact the Registrar’s Office at 705.474.7600 ext. 5123.

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For all Apprenticeship requirements please contact your local
Apprenticeship Branch at 1.800.236.0744

OCAS START
PROGRAM NAME LENGTH CAMPUS REQUIRED COURSES OTHER PG
CODE DATE
Mobile Application Development 010115 1 yr CD Sep Applicants must be a graduate of at
Graduate Certificate OL Jan least a two-year postsecondary program 57
with strong academic standing.
Motive Power Technician 030609 40 CC Sep OSSD or equivalent *Accelerated
69
wks* ENG4C or ENG4U two year program
Occupational Therapist 040302 2 yrs CD Sep OSSD or equivalent High demand program!
Assistant and Physiotherapist ENG4C or ENG4U, Biology 42
Assistant Grade 11 (C or U)
Office Administration 020335 42 CD Sep OSSD or equivalent *Accelerated
21
wks* ENG4C or ENG4U two year program
Personal Support Worker 051005 1 yr CD Sep OSSD or equivalent *North Bay and Parry
40
PS ENG4C or ENG4U Sound (Via Contact North)
Police Foundations 010503 2 yrs CC Sep OSSD or equivalent
25
ENG4C or ENG4U
Practical Nursing 040108 2 yrs CD Sep OSSD or equivalent High demand program!
PS* Jan ENG4C or ENG4U, any Gr 12 Math (C)
or (U), and two (2) of the following
sciences: Biology Gr 11 or 12 (C) or (U),
41
(SBI 3C, SBI 3U, SBI 4U), Chemistry: Gr
11 or 12 (C) or (U), (SCH 3U,SCH 4U,
SCH 4C); Physics: Gr11 or 12 (C) or (U),
(SPH 3U, SPH 4U, SPH 4C)
Pre-Health Sciences 010215 1 yr CD Sep OSSD or equivalent
43
Jan ENG4C or ENG4U
Public Relations 020112 2 yrs CD Sep OSSD or equivalent
21
ENG4C or ENG4U
Recreation and Leisure Services 010403 2 yrs CD Sep OSSD or equivalent
60
OL Jan ENG4C or ENG4U
Recreation and Leisure Services – 010411 1 yr CD Sep Graduate of at least a two-year
61
Fast Track OL Jan postsecondary program
Recreation Therapy 010407 2 yrs CD Sep OSSD or equivalent
61
OL Jan ENG4C or ENG4U
Recreation Therapy – Fast Track 010412 1 yr CD Sep Graduate of at least a two-year
61
OL Jan postsecondary program
Renovation Techniques – 030613 28 wks CC Sep OSSD or equivalent
68
Construction Carpentry ENG4C or ENG4U
Respiratory Therapy 040301 3 yrs CD Sep OSSD or equivalent High demand program!
ENG4C or ENG4U, any Gr 12 Math (C) or
(U), Chemistry: Gr 11 or 12 (C) or (U), (SCH 42
3U, SCH 4U, SCH 4C); Physics: Gr11 or
12 (C) or (U), (SPH 3U, SPH 4U, SPH 4C)
Social Service Worker 010206 2 yrs CD Sep OSSD or equivalent
43
ENG4C or ENG4U
Strength and Sport Conditioning 010410 2 yrs CD Sep OSSD or equivalent
62
Jan ENG4C or ENG4U
Strength and Sports 010413 1 yr CD Sep Graduate of at least a two-year
61
Conditioning – Fast Track Jan postsecondary program
Theatre Arts 010114 3 yrs* CC Sep OSSD or equivalent Mandatory interview
compressed ENG4C or ENG4U and audition 57
*24 months

LEGEND: AV - Aviation CC - Commerce Court CD - College Drive PS - Parry Sound OL - Online * - See “Other” Section
Please Note: This chart is intended as a guide but is subject to change.
For specific program information visit our website or contact the Registrar’s Office at 705.474.7600 ext. 5123.

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