The College of New Caledonia has played an important role in training and educating residents in northern B.C. since 1969. Serving an area that is approximately 117,500 square kilometers, or 12% of the province, CNC offers classes in campuses in Prince George, Quesnel, Mackenzie, Vanderhoof, Fort St. James and Burns Lake, and particularly reactive to the needs of the communities they serve.
Prince George, British Columbia
Prince George, Burns Lake, Fort St. James, Mackenzie, Quesnel, Vanderhoof, British Columbia
Faculties: Business, Health and Human Services, IT/Computer Technology, Mechanical/Industrial/Electrical Trades certifications, Academic Upgrading
CNC students can easily take advantage of 15 agreements with 10 universities in B.C., Alberta and elsewhere, allowing them to easily transfer into the third year of degree programs. CNC offers more than 70 programs in health sciences, trades and technologies, social services, business and university studies and is an integral part of what makes CNC a great place to learn.
CNC provides affordable tuition, practical, hands-on learning and no more than 37 students in a class, which makes it easier for students to achieve their goals. In as little as 10 months, students can acquire the skills they need for a long-lasting, stable and successful career.
CNC constructed two new trades and technology centres at its Prince George and Quesnel campuses in 2011, worth more than $30 million.
CNC provides Red Seal trades training across all campuses. The availability of trades programs are subject to location and include welding, machinist, millwright, carpentry, electrical, plumbing, heavy duty mechanics, autobody, power engineering, professional cook and more.