Great Plains College announces further program expansion
Two more programs at Great Plains College are being expanded as the college continues evolving to meet industry demand in western Saskatchewan.
The capacity for Fourth Class Power Engineering has been doubled at Swift Current Campus, meaning the program can now accommodate up to 24 students when it begins in September. And a second class of Electrician students is expected to start at Swift Current Campus in February, immediately following the conclusion of the originally-scheduled program which begins in September.
This news follows the May announcements of new full-time Office Administration (Warman Campus), Third Class Power Engineering (Kindersley Campus) and Heavy Equipment Operator programs coming to the college.
“This unprecedented amount of program expansion gives the college a lot of momentum heading into the new school year,” said Director of Program Michelle MacDonald. “It’s always exciting to meet demand by offering the right programs in the right places and we’ll continue working toward that goal over the coming months and years.”
via SW Sask News – Prairie Post – Prairie Post http://www.prairiepost.com/news/sw-sask/item/4624-great-plains-college-announces-further-program-expansion.html