Welcome to Community Education at CNC!
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.
Continued learning for people with severe to moderate developmental disabilities.
Adventure Seekers 2019-2020 brochure
Skilled Labourer Program
This fully funded, 10-week program will introduce and prepare young adults ages 18-24 for a variety of roles in the construction and manufacturing industries. The Skilled Labourer program includes occupational skills, core industry certifications, job readiness and essential skills training as well as a work placement or practicum.
Funding provided by the Government of Canada through the Canada-British Columbia Workforce Development Agreement.
Skilled Labourer Information Sheet
To schedule an interview and apply fill out an interest form or call 250 561 5846.
In partnership with the Association Advocating for Women and Community (AWAC), CNC offers Liberal Arts courses for marginalized men and women in the Prince George community.
Street Humanities for Teachers
Street Humanities for Students