Cambrian College in Canada
Cambridge College is a college of applied arts and technology in Greater Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. Founded in 1967, and is funded by the Province of Ontario, Cambrian has campuses in Sudbury, Espanola and Little now.
Cambrian cooperation projects with school boards, educational institutions, universities, and other organizations - local, national and international - to provide additional educational opportunities and special sharing courses and resources.
Cambrian commitment to its communities demonstrated by Wabnode Institute, the university's center for the advancement of First Nations education, and according to its status as a leader in meeting the need needs of people with disabilities.
Cambrian College was founded as a trade school in 1967, during the formation of the Ontario college system. It was originally established with the facility in Sudbury, North Bay and Sault Ste. Marie; North Bay and Sault schools became independent Canadore College and Sault College in 1972 and 1973, respectively.
Until 1995, the Cambrian is a bilingual institution, offers courses in both English and French. In that year, the French program has been transferred to the new Collège north. In 2005, they changed their slogan to "Putting K on quality."
Total number of students and programs
The largest university in North Ontario, Cambrian College has over 4,400 full-time students and nearly 90 full-time programs, some of which are only suitable for learning aspirations of the people and jobs first nations. Add 9000 registration is done annually for part-time courses develop personal resources, professional and human, seminars and workshops. delivery methods include classroom, independent learning, distance education and the Internet.
The various programs are held at the Cambrian College under the auspices of the big school year:
+School of Business and Information Technology; Creative arts, design and music; and Hotels
+School of Health Sciences and Emergency Services
+School of Justice; Community service; and joint research
+Schools of skills training; and business and community learning
+School of Engineering, Technology and Environment