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Community Education


Current Programs:

bullet Adventure Seekers

bullet Street Humanities


Rachelle Munchinsky

250-562-2131 ext.5319          


Past Programs:

bullet ITA-LMA Foundation Level Trades Support

bullet Essential Office Skills Training

bullet Environmental Field Assistant Program

bullet Introduction to Trades

bullet Essential Skills Tourism & Hospitality Training Program

bullet Workskills for Non-Profits Training Program

bullet Mine Program

bullet Pipeline Training 

 See also:

bullet Labour Market Info


Welcome to Community Education at CNC!

group of students in warehouse with Shirley Bond
What is Community Education?

The Community Education department at CNC creates opportunities for marginalized and socially excluded individuals to access education and other resources. We believe post-secondary education should be attainable for anyone who wishes to pursue it.

As funding sources change so do our program offerings, we are constantly evolving as we attempt to meet the needs of the people and communities we serve.


2015 Programs

Street Humanities

In partnership with the Association Advocating for Women and Children (AWAC), CNC offers Liberal Arts courses for marginalized men and women in the Prince George community.

Come to our Open House on November 25th to learn more.


Adventure Seekers

Continued learning for people with severe to moderate developmental disabilities.


Heavy Equipment Operator Training

The Heavy Equipment Operator (HEO) Program is a 13 week, full-time program designed to prepare participants for direct entry into the workforce and provide them with substantial skills and the number of practical equipment hours required to obtain sustainable employment in the Heavy Equipment Operator industry. See here for more information.

loader and dump truck working

Reintegration Industry Readiness Training

Industry and Trades jobs readiness and workplace certificate training specifically targeted for an under-represented group in the Prince George community.


Working in Oil and Gas (WiNG)

Our goal is to prepare workers and job seekers for entry into the natural gas sector and related suppliers that support the natural gas sector.

3330-22nd Avenue, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada, V2N 1P8
Phone 250-562-2131 or Toll-free 1-800-371-8111

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