Cambrian College Offers Welding Program for Women

Posted on Monday April 29, 2019

SUDBURY – Cambrian College is offering a free pre-apprenticeship welding program
for women.

The program begins in September at Cambrian’s main campus in Sudbury. Students will receive 10 weeks of in-school training plus an eight-week placement, starting in January of 2020.

The program is open to women who are 16 years of age or older, live in and are able to work in Ontario, are proficient in the English language, and have their Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or high school equivalency General Educational Development (GED) certificate. For applicants who do not have their OSSD or GED, summer courses are available in math, English, computers and self-management in order to be considered.

To apply to this program, applicants must attend an information session, either May 1 or May 8, 6-8 p.m. at Cambrian’s Barrydowne campus (parking is free).

Those attending the information session may be asked to attend a math and English skills assessment session to qualify for this opportunity.

Please contact Jessica Ravenscroft today to reserve your spot in one of our information sessions by calling (705) 566-8101, extension 6421, or by emailing jessica.ravenscroft@cambriancollege.ca.

This training program is funded by the Government of Ontario.

https://cambriancollege.ca/women-in-welding/

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Cambrian College is northeastern Ontario’s largest college, with more than 80 programs. Cambrian’s main campus is in Greater Sudbury, with satellite centres in Espanola and Little Current. For more information about Cambrian College, visit www.cambriancollege.ca

Media contact:
Dan Lessard
Manager, Communications
705-566-8101, extension 6302
705-929-0786 c
Daniel.lessard@cambriancollege.ca

Cambrian College’s Walk For A Smile Raises $4700 for Community Dental Care

Posted on Friday April 12, 2019
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SUDBURY – Dental Hygiene and Dental Assisting students from Cambrian College will be putting smiles on plenty of faces, thanks to their annual Walk for A Smile annual fundraiser last week.

They raised $4687.00 for community …

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