In 2012 I conducted a project evaluation for the Association of Canadian Community Colleges (now Colleges and Institutes Canada). The Sustainable Skills Development (SSD) project was funded under Phase II of the CIDA-funded Canadian College Partnership Program (CCPP) administered by the ACCC, and centred on a capacity development partnership between Niagara College in Ontario, Canada, and Walter Sisulu University in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. 35 more words
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Back in November I shared a story about the passing of Matt Soos, a 2014 graduate of Niagara College’s Brewmaster and Brewery Operations Management program. Matt passed away just a few months after commencing work as a brewer at Muskoka Brewery. 337 more words
Recently, in the news, there has been a lot of discussion regarding the Ontario colleges that are now operating in Saudi Arabia. In particular, Algonquin College and Niagara college have opened up colleges which are operating under Sharia law, which bans the teaching of men and women in the same classes. 213 more words
TORONTO – It is “unacceptable” for publicly funded Ontario colleges to operate campuses outside Canada that exclude women, the premier of Ontario said Friday when asked about two men-only schools in Saudi Arabia. 484 more words
TORONTO — Two Ontario colleges have opened campuses in Saudi Arabia that don’t accept female students in their classes.
Niagara College offers tourism, hospitality and business courses at its campus in Taif, while Algonquin College offers 10 programs, including business, accounting and electrical engineering technician, at a campus in the city of Jazan. 184 more words