Why Choose CNC?

 Workforce Driven

We offer a wide range of relevant and respected programs.

 Quality Education

Our promise of quality education is delivered by supportive faculty.

 Supportive Instructors

Our commitment to student support is upheld by every college employee.

 Employer Approved

Our qualified and connected graduates are sought after by employers. CNC students graduate career ready.

Highlights

800,000
Job Openings
expected in BC in the next 10 years which will require a post-secondary education according to Work BC.
94%
Graduates Employed
within 6 months of graduating according to BC Student Outcomes.
90%
Graduates
said their program prepared them well for furthering their education.

Step 1Find a program

CNC offers a wide variety of programs and courses to suit your needs.

Step 2 Let us help you

CNC's student services can help you plan for your Post-Secondary education.

Step 3 Apply

Once you have decided what you would like to learn, apply for admission to CNC.

Step 4Plan for life at CNC

View the services at CNC that will help you navigate student life.

 

Connect with us

Our knowledgeable recruiters can help you find the right program and assist you through the application process.

Campus Tours

Come see for yourself by booking a campus tour. Here, you will have the chance to ask questions, check out classrooms and facilities, and discover the services that will be available to you as a valued CNC student.

Student for a Day

We believe in the importance of carefully selecting the right program for you. Student for a day allows you to try it out in advance! Sign up today so that you can know for sure that it’s the right fit.

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What our Alumni Say

  • Luke Friesen crop

    There aren’t many jobs where you can be outdoors 90 percent of your time and see different places. I’ve gotten to experience some absolutely beautiful places in B.C. that most people wouldn’t even consider going to because they are that remote, or just areas that aren’t on the general horizon of the public. I work with a helicopter quite a bit, and that’s awesome. You can’t beat that.

    Luke Friesen

    Natural Resources and Forest Technology Graduate
  • Wearing your button blanket with pride

    CNC was the last place I thought I would begin to discover my cultural roots. I learned to embrace who I am and incorporate that into every ounce of my being. Whether it’s parenting, studying or working, I learned the importance of Indigenizing my process.

    Carrie Davis

    Graduate of CNC’s Social Service Workers University Transfer Diploma

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High School Students

Dual Credit

Dual Credit is a program that allows students who are nominated by a school representative and parent/guardian to take up to three CNC courses in their grade 12 year (one course per semester that overlaps in their senior year).

Earn elective credits toward high school graduation as well as first-year post-secondary credit towards a degree. Tuition is funded by the BC Ministry of Education and the student fees are waived. Students must pay for their textbooks and any additional course costs.

Dual Credit Courses

Career Technical Centre (CTC) Programs

Jumpstart your post-secondary education with the Career Technical Centre. The Career Technical Centre (CTC) program allows students to graduate from high school with their first year of technical training already completed.

Career Technical Centre

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