Many of NorQuest College's professional development, continuing education, and credit programs and courses are eligible for the Canada-Alberta Job Grant.
To qualify, training must be:
NorQuest College offers maximum flexibility for corporate training delivery options. Choose from one of the following for our professional development options:
Credit programs may be accessed through our regularly scheduled programming and depending on the program, can be offered face-to-face full-time or part-time, online, and/or distance. See the specific program for more information.
No matter which option you choose, NorQuest will work with you through the grant application process and provide all necessary documentation needed to comply with the application and reimbursements requirements of the grant.
NorQuest's Centre for Intercultural Education provides training for employees who lead, hire, or work with culturally diverse teams.
NorQuest's Landmark Group Centre for Value Improvement provides training and development services for your employees who are or may become involved with Lean and project management activities. The following programs are eligible for the Canada-Alberta Job Grant:
NorQuest’s hands-on workshops provide training for people who would like to begin a career in customer service. At the end of this program, students will understand and apply skills in customer service, teamwork, safety, and communication to their job on a regular basis. The Concession Worker specialization qualifies for the Canada-Alberta Job Grant.
Combining the Service Industry Skills certificate program with a Customer Service Skills program or a Supervisor and Manager certificate program for a full, custom delivery would also qualify for the the job grant.
NorQuest’s training includes Word, Excel, and PowerPoint for learners at the novice, intermediate, and advanced levels of competency. Current continuing education courses include:
Accounting technicians are involved in the day-to-day practical work of accountancy and play a key operational role in producing reliable financial information. They may also perform a wide range of finance roles, from accounts clerk to financial controller and beyond.
The Administrative Professional certificate equips students with the skills and knowledge to become an effective office professional. Students will learn essential office skills such as basic accounting, office management, organizational politics, software applications, business communication, and event management.
This post-diploma, advanced certificate program prepares licensed practical nurses (LPNs) with the knowledge and skills for a specialized career in orthopaedics. This program includes specialized orthopaedic procedures and a 300-hour preceptored clinical practicum.
The following credit courses credits may be applied to continuing competency.
Not all courses may be offered every academic year. Use the course links below to see current available offerings:
This 1-year certificate program provides graduates the skills to serve in one of three unique communities: Indigenous peoples, immigrants/refugees, and individuals with disabilities.
NorQuest College’s Health Care Aide program is among the largest in Canada and prepares aides to be a part of a health-care team in a variety of different settings, providing a high level of front-line care to clients in need of assistance.
This program has a specific workplace delivery model, as well as part-time evening offerings, to make it convenient and accessible for working employees and employers to access.
Assisting with Medication Delivery for Health Care Aides - ASMD1000 (2 credits, 30 hours)
The Medical Device Reprocessing Technician program prepares graduates to enter the workforce as Medical Device Reprocessing Technicians. These skilled technicians perform the critical work of sterilizing, packaging, and storing surgical and medical instruments.
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