The environmental sector is growing and there is an emergence of new “green” jobs – locally, nationally and globally. Professionals are needed to deal with climate change issues, land restoration, water conservation, water management, and other sustainability concerns. This program offers you the opportunity to learn hands-on from experienced professors in the lab and in the field, and gain the skills you need to launch an exciting and relevant career.
Behavioural Science - Technician/Technology
Train for a career in a growing field of study. This specialized program will train you to become a behaviour analyst, skilled in the theory and technique of behaviour analysis and modification. Graduates are qualified to work in a number of settings working with individuals or groups with mental health issues, autism or other developmental disabilities, or who are in need of crisis intervention.
Social Service Worker - Gerontology
Train hands-on for this in-demand career field and gain the skills necessary to work with Canada's aging population. As the baby boomer generation ages, there is an increased demand for caring professionals with knowledge and expertise in aging. This program will teach you the skills and knowledge required by social service workers to assist older adults in maintaining their independence and enhance their quality of life.
Strategic Enrolment Roadmap 2020-2023
Canadore’s Strategic Enrolment Management (SEM) Roadmap will guide the College in its recruitment, service and academic experience, retention and enrolment activities for the next three years.
Mental Health Services
Mental Health Navigators are here to support you - academically, socially and personally - with short-term (free), confidential mental health services.
Academic Delivery Plan - Spring 2021
Canadore College has announced its academic delivery plan to ensure students are prepared and can complete their program requirements in the safest possible way.
Canadore College is located in Robinson-Huron Treaty territory and the land on which we gather is the traditional territory of the N’Bisiing Anishinabaeg.