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Academic Services Academic Studies French as a Second Language Pre-Science Applied and Media Arts Animation and Graphics Art Fundamentals Digital Photography Electronic Game – 3D Graphics Electronic Game – Design Graphic Design Journalism Business and Office Administration Accounting Technician Business Administration Business Administration: Accounting Business Administration: Investment Management Business Administration: Marketing Business Administration: Sales and Marketing Human Resources Management Office Administration Office Administration: Bilingual Office Administration: Executive Office Administration: Medical Engineering Technology Civil Engineering Technology: Architectural Civil Engineering Technology: Building Systems Civil Engineering Technology: Construction Management Civil Engineering Technology: Highway and Municipal Civil Engineering Technology: Structural Civil Technician Electrical Engineering Technology: Alternate Energy Systems Electronics Engineering Technology: Communication Systems Electronics Engineering Technology: Computer Systems Electronics Engineering Technology: Electronics Design and Embedded Systems Electronics Engineering Technology: Industrial Electronics Engineering Technology: Telecommunications Geographic Information Systems Technology Mechanical Engineering Technology Mechanical Technician (Co-op) Power Engineering Technology (Co-op) Environmental and Marine Systems Aquaculture Technician Environmental Technology Landscape Health Health Information Management Medical Laboratory Assistant Medical Laboratory Technology Personal Support Worker: Acute Care Personal Support Worker: Long-Term Care Pharmacy Technician Practical Nurse Respiratory Therapy

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Hospitality and Tourism Cook Event Management Hospitality and Tourism Operations: Culinary Arts Hospitality and Tourism Operations: Hotel and Restaurant Hospitality and Tourism Operations: International Travel and Tourism Information Technology IT: Desktop Support IT: Internet Application Development IT: Network Administration IT: Network Support IT: Programmer-Analyst Social and Protective Services Correctional Techniques Criminal Justice Early Childhood Education Human Services Police Foundations Teacher Assistant Youth Care Worker Trades & Technology: Building and Construction Bricklaying Carpentry Electrical Electrical: Industrial Floor Installer Fuels Technician Plumbing Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technician Trades & Technology: Industrial Chemical Technology (Co-op) Industrial Control Technology (Co-op) Industrial Mechanics Process Control Technician Trades & Technology: Metals and Manufacturing CNC Machining Machinist Sheet Metal Fabrication Steel Fabrication Welding Welding Technology Trades & Technology: Motive Power Agricultural Equipment Repair Automotive Service Technician Heavy Equipment Service Technician Marine Diesel Mechanics Motor Vehicle Body Repairer and Painter Motorcycle Repair Truck and Transport Service Technician


table of contents

Why NBCC

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Trades & Technology: Building and Construction

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Student Life

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Trades & Technology: Motive Power

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Aboriginal Students

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Trades & Technology: Industrial

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Choose Your Location

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Environmental and Marine Systems

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Applied and Media Arts

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Engineering Technology

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Business and Office Administration

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Academic Services

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Information Technology

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Admission Profiles

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Hospitality and Tourism

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Financial Matters

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Health

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Applying to NBCC

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Social and Protective Services

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Application Form

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Trades & Technology: Metals and Manufacturing

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Student for a Day

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Pam Ward Staff

Trevor Rowe

Alumni Business Administration Marketing

Heather Hathaway Staff

Nicole Cormier

Amanda McDevitt

Alumni Machinist

Staff

Melissa Lanteigne Alumni Welding

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Terry Dempsey Alumni & Staff Electrical

Terry Armitage Alumni Motor Vehicle Body Repairer and Painter

Josh Ruckstuhl Alumni IT: Desktop Support

With more than 80 diplomas and certificate programs, each designed to prepare you for today’s modern workplace, the people at NBCC have a lot to smile about and even more to say‌

Grant Agu

Alumni Business Administration: Accounting

College works.

Lorianne Friel Alumni Practical Nurse

Make it work for you.

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“This is real, you have to know what you are doing when you get out there.”

“The professors are so focused on you. They really want you in the class. They care.”

Sushell Gurjar

Alumni Power Engineering

“Now I work in the Caribbean and have one month on and one month off.”

Ross MacLellan

Alumni Marine Diesel Mechanics

“I’m glad I chose NBCC.”

Melissa Lanteigne Alumni Welding

Terry Dempsey

Alumni & Staff Electrical

Staff

“I’m 64 years old and I’m learning new skills.” Terry Armitage Alumni

Motor Vehicle Body Repairer and Painter

“I was prepared to move forward in a career that I love and enjoy.”

Lyndsay Gallagher

Alumni

“We bring in industry experts and help them become better teachers.”

Darren Rose

Staff

“I was learning about my career but I was also learning about myself.”

Nicole Cormier

Alumni Machinist

Ashley Sanipass

“I know that there is potential for me to have a great career.”

Alumni Practical Nurse

“If we promote culture within our campuses everyone will feel more comfortable.”

“I am living proof that NBCC works. That a college education works.”

Nadine Faciney

Tara Audibert

Alumni Animation and Graphics


“NBCC is helping me advance to where I want to be.”

“You stand at the front of the room and look back and you see a lot of hope.”

Grant Agu

Alumni Business Administration: Accounting

“Preparation, hands-on experience and support are the most important things NBCC provides.”

Amanda McDevitt

Staff

“It has changed my entire path, it has changed who I am and who I want to be.”

Katelin Dean

“NBCC is my future. It’s my career path and luckily I got in.”

George Smith

Staff

Lorianne Friel

Alumni Practical Nurse

“It’s part of me now and not something I am going to leave behind.”

Josh Ruckstuhl

Alumni IT: Desktop Support

Andrew Dumond

“It is a great environment with top notch technology.”

“I am realizing my dream, I am here making it happen.”

Alumni & Staff Journalism

Alumni Culinary Arts

“It is a privilege to work here because I have been raised and taught to give back to my community.”

Blaine Tompkins

Staff

“I went from a stay at home Mom in Miramichi to flying to Paris within a year.” Tracy Fernandez Alumni & Staff Business Administration: Sales and Marketing

Pam Ward

Staff

“I strongly believe that education has the power to change lives. I witness that every year at graduation.”

Heather Hathaway

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Students’ Representative Council (SRC) Getting involved in the SRC is a great way to meet new people at your campus and around the province at intercollegiate events. Each year, students elect a Students’ Representative Council to plan and coordinate activities and to serve as the voice of the students on college-related issues.

Right Start to College Your first week at NBCC will be an exciting one with social, recreational, cultural, and educational activities designed to help you adjust to campus life and get to know the surrounding community. Orientation activities vary at each NBCC location and may include competitions and study skills seminars.

Sports and Student Clubs NBCC is home to a variety of intramural sports from hockey and basketball to curling and Ultimate Frisbee. If your sport isn’t organized, we’ll even help you set it up. You can book gym time to play badminton, volleyball, or choose to stay fit with our fitness facilities. Our Saint John location even has a climbing wall! In addition to sports, we have student clubs such as yoga, art, gaming, dance and drama.

Academic Support You may wish to access a variety of support activities that are offered at some locations. These support activities may include peer tutoring, academic guidance, study skills and time management workshops. You also have access to testing materials and remedial support.

Accommodations Most locations can provide you with a list of accommodations available within the community. This list can also be found on our website.

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Counselling Each location provides students with professional counselling services, either on-site or within the community. Support services could include personal, educational, career or financial counselling, as well as assessment and information services. Colleges also provide electronic access to CHOICES, a computerized career exploration program. It’s our goal to ensure all our students have the support they need to succeed while attending NBCC.

Food Service Each location offers the convenience of food services, which vary from a full-service cafeteria to snack vending machines.

Health Services Most locations offer health services for their students, either directly or through a community agency or hospital.

At each campus bookstore, you can access a variety of courserelated materials including books and supplies. Some locations also offer a wide range of clothing bearing the college logo, as well as various convenience items.

Library Services

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The library/resource centre offers a collection of resource materials to assist you in your particular program. In-house collections are supplemented by access to other Canadian libraries through inter-library loan services. Other resources may be available, such as Internet access or audiovisual materials.


student life

A healthy balance of hard work and play.

From organized intramural sports to recreational activities to student organizations, NBCC is so much more than hands-on learning.

Finding a great team works.

Make it work for you.

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aboriginal

students

P’jilasi! NBCC promotes Aboriginal student success and welcomes diversity and knowledge from surrounding First Nations communities and Aboriginal people.

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No matter which of our six locations you choose to attend, we’re certain you will enjoy a culturally rich environment where you can develop great skills that contribute to the growth of your community. Meet new people and receive hands-on training from friendly instructors in excellent facilities. You can work toward your goals and dreams by learning career and life skills that help you build your future in a supportive environment. Throughout the year, special events that embrace, encourage and support the Aboriginal community are held. Come and experience the spirit behind each special event.

Community Based Learning NBCC offers programs in First Nations communities for Aboriginal people. Last year we held the Personal Support Worker: Acute Care at Elsipogtog First Nation and Practical Nurse at Saint Mary’s First Nation.

To Apply We have designated seats available each year in our regular tuition programs for Aboriginal people. Don’t forget to identify yourself as an Aboriginal applicant on your application and send it before November 1st.

Aboriginal Student Advisors NBCC also has Aboriginal Student Advisors at all of our locations to provide academic, financial and cultural support to students. Contact one of our Aboriginal Student Advisors today to ask about our variety of programs and perfect class sizes, our low cost of tuition, the Aboriginal Seat Allocation policy and credit transfers to other educational institutions. Come and take a tour of our campus with your family! Fredericton 1-506-444-3864 Woodstock 1-506-325-4982 Miramichi 1-506-778-6863 Moncton 1-506-869-6717 Saint John 1-506-658-2576 St. Andrews 1-506-529-5110

For more information, visit NBCC.ca and browse the ‘Future Students’ tab.

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Fredericton Fredericton is New Brunswick’s capital and boasts a vibrant cultural life with National Historic Sites, fine galleries and museums, lively outdoor cafés, award-winning festivals and a great downtown core within walking distance of riverfront trails. The Saturday morning Boyce Farmers Market is a popular weekly destination for many people who live and visit the city. The annual Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival in September is not to be missed. A population of nearly 85,000 lends the city to a big-city atmosphere with green space like a small town along the riverfront.

Miramichi Situated along the world-famous Miramichi River, the city of the same name offers students the opportunity to learn in northern New Brunswick’s largest community. With several recreational centres, a theatre, marinas and an abundance of gorgeous river-view scenery, shops, and restaurants, the city has plenty to offer students. Miramichi campus offers a diverse range of programs including: Animation and Graphics, Criminal Justice and Graphic Design.

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Moncton As one of New Brunswick’s fastest growing urban centers, Moncton offers an outstanding quality of life and a number of exciting city attractions. The area boasts the largest shopping centres and retail locations in the province, an exciting range of cultural and sporting events and two national parks within a 75-minute drive of the campus. An exciting expansion of the campus has taken place to better serve all the students. Moncton campus presents its students with a wide selection of programs including: Business Administration: Marketing, Civil Engineering Technology: Construction Management and Information Technology: Internet Application Development.

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location Saint John Strong ties between Saint John’s industries and post-secondary institutions create excellent career opportunities for graduating students. Uptown Saint John is a unique blend of historic architecture, economic activity, galleries and, of course, the famous Saint John City Market. It’s also conveniently situated to allow residents and students access to many natural wonders, including the Bay of Fundy and recently expanded Fundy Trail system. Saint John campus offers unique co-operative educational opportunities, and a wide range of programming such as: Business Administration: Investment Management, Electronics Engineering Technology: Computer Systems and Information Technology: Programmer-Analyst.

St. Andrews A picturesque, charming and relaxed atmosphere exists on the shores of Passamaquoddy Bay and the town of St. Andrews. This friendly community boasts a variety of coastal activities including whale watching, deep-sea fishing, scuba diving, kayaking and more. If applied, hands-on learning in one of Atlantic Canada’s most unique and awe-inspiring towns sounds appealing, St. Andrews is the perfect fit. Program offerings are diverse, and include: Aquaculture Technician, Marine Diesel Mechanic and Hospitality and Tourism Operations: Culinary Arts.

Woodstock Located at the convergence of the Meduxnekeag and Saint John rivers, scenic Woodstock strikes the perfect balance between history and entrepreneurial growth. As New Brunswick’s first incorporated town, Woodstock boasts a variety of beautiful 19th century Victorian architecture. Couple this history with a unique blend of shops, restaurants and outdoor adventure, and there’s always something interesting to see or do. Woodstock’s modern campus is home to a variety of well-known programs, including: Digital Photography, Landscape and Journalism.

Going to school in a safe, comfortable environment works.

Make it work for you.

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applied & media arts Wanted: writers, artists, designers and programmers Take the photos, write the articles, design the characters or program their environment – at NBCC we take embracing your creative side seriously.

Animation and Graphics

Art Fundamentals

Available at this NBCC location: Miramichi Length: 2 years Profile: S

Available at this NBCC location: Miramichi Length: 1 year Profile: A

Learn how to use strong artistic skills, creative thoughts and a comprehensive knowledge of the latest computer animation technologies to create compelling images that communicate ideas and messages.

Learn a combination of traditional art education and applied art technologies.

Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in the growing animation industry in the areas of entertainment, simulation and educational products, working within a company or as a freelancer.

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Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in animation, electronic game graphics or design as well as art and craft. Students may consider entry-level employment opportunities such as graphics illustrator, interactive media programmer, painter, sculptor or graphic technician.

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Digital Photography

Electronic Game – Design

Available at this NBCC location: Woodstock Length: 1 year Profile: A

Available at this NBCC location: Miramichi Length: 2 years Profile: B

Learn skills in studio and environmental photography, file management, colour management and quality control in workflow.

Learn to design, script and develop various types of electronic games. Learn applied computer programming languages such as C++, XNA and Java ME while working with 3D graphics to create and program prototypes, electronic games and mobile applications in a simulated professional setting with qualified instructors to help hone your skills.

Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment as an entry-level imaging technician in the following industries: full-service photographic studios, photographic processing shops, advertisement agencies and quick print shops.

Electronic Game – 3D Graphics Available at this NBCC location: Miramichi Length: 2 years Profile: B Learn to apply drawing skills, create model sheets and storyboards that feed into the graphics software pipeline process in order to develop conceptual art into interactive media productions. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in the software production industry designing graphics for interactive media products, including: games, multimedia, film, or video.

Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment as a game programmer, game developer, game level designer, interactive media developer, programmer, game designer or web programmer.

Graphic Design Available at this NBCC location: Miramichi Length: 2 years Profile: B Learn core capabilities in design principles, production and digital applications and how they apply to areas such as print, web, advertising and new media design. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in publishing, advertising agencies, design companies, television studios, printing companies, sign companies, photography studios, in-house design positions (such as educational institutions, banks, insurance companies, hospitals and manufacturers), interactive multimedia design and programming companies.

Journalism Available at this NBCC location: Woodstock Length: 2 years Profile: A Learn the tools needed to tell stories through news reports, features and documentaries. Spend time in front of the camera anchoring. Gain experience with digital cameras and microphones, digital editing, digital sound recorders and the latest in print layout programs. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in news­papers, radio and TV, corporate and government communications as well as public and private producers of traditional and digital content.

Being artistic works.

Make it work for you.

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Accounting Technician

Business Administration: Marketing

Available at this NBCC location: Moncton (Starts in January) Length: 1 year Profile: A

Available at these NBCC locations: Moncton, Saint John Length: 2 years Profile: B

Learn to produce financial statements, compile and prepare quarterly reports and record and maintain accounts payable and receivable. You will graduate with a solid foundation in accounting, and have the technical skills and knowledge required to perform in an accounting-support role.

Learn about market research, consumer behaviour, advertising, small business management, retail, professional sales and computer marketing applications. Students will learn how to produce award-winning advertisements and develop competitive advertising strategies. The Marketing program includes an unpaid, business-related work practicum. This practicum is arranged through the campus.

Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in areas such as payroll, accounts receivable, accounts payable or general accounting clerks in larger organizations; or as bookkeepers with smaller businesses.

Business Administration Available at these NBCC locations: Miramichi, Moncton, Woodstock Length: 2 years Profile: B Learn a variety of areas including: accounting, financial math, marketing, management, human relations, law, economics and computer concepts. The Business Administration program includes an unpaid, business-related work practicum. This practicum is arranged through the campus. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in areas such as payroll, general management, operations, sales, retailing, bookkeeping and financial services or as an entrepreneur.

Business Administration: Accounting Available at these NBCC locations: Fredericton, Moncton, Saint John, Woodstock Length: 2 years Profile: B Learn the “Language of Business�; without it, businesses would not have the information required to make informed financial decisions. The Accounting program includes an unpaid, business-related work practicum. This practicum is arranged through the campus. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment as a staff accountant, junior accountant, accounting and audit technician, payroll administrator, accounts receivable and payable administrator and bookkeeper.

Business Administration: Investment Management Available at this NBCC location: Saint John Length: 2 years Profile: B Learn a broad range of investment topics such as risk and return, portfolio evaluation, securities terminology, market operations, financial planning, the psychology of investing, insurance basics and sales techniques. Develop a solid foundation for entrance into the financial services world, and benefit from a business-related work practicum.

Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in: marketing, advertising, sales and business management including retail, financial institutions, municipal, provincial and federal government departments, marketing agencies, insurance companies and transportation companies.

Business Administration: Sales and Marketing Available at this NBCC location: Miramichi Length: 2 years Profile: B Learn basic accounting, marketing, sales, media planning, copywriting and desktop publishing using an array of software tools. Students will learn event planning, customer service, professional selling, as well as account management and planning. The Sales and Marketing program includes an unpaid, business-related work practicum. This practicum is arranged through the campus. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in marketing, merchandising, selling, retailing, servicing businesses, advertising sales, media planning and copywriting.

Human Resources Management Available at this NBCC location: Moncton Length: 1 year Profile: F Learn how to expand or update your skills as an HRM professional with our highly experiential learning activities that prepare you for the future. As a student, you will take part in projects, role-plays, simulations and work attachments to combine classroom learning with practical application. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in a broad range of industries within the private and public HRM sectors; including, manufacturing and IT industries, placement agencies and service centres. Graduates may also be self-employed in the human resources field. Graduates obtain positions in the areas of recruitment, training, labour relations, compensation, benefits, pension and more.

Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment as a financial manager, insurance/real estate brokerage manager, banking, credit and investment manager, financial and investment analyst, or securities agent.

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business

office & administration

Live and thrive in the business world. Business owners, managers, accountants and advertising executives; these are just a few of the professions a Business Admin grad can pursue. Office Administration

Office Administration: Executive

Available at these NBCC locations: Miramichi, Moncton, Saint John (September and January), St. Andrews, Woodstock Length: 1 year Profile: A

Available at these NBCC locations: Moncton, Saint John (September and January) Length: 1 1/2 years Profile: A

Learn accounting, current administrative practices, communications and software applications in our Office Administration program. You will develop the broad range of skills required to perform administrative duties in a professional office environment.

Learn to plan and manage meetings, appointments and calendars (including planning agendas and taking minutes), as well as make travel arrangements. This program gives you an introduction to software tools and allows you to become familiar with graphics, multi-media, desktop publishing, computerized accounting and web-design tools, in addition to in-depth knowledge of business, office systems and computer skills. You will develop confidence in problem solving, selecting and interpreting data and taking individual responsibility for the quality of output. This program may involve paid co-op work terms through the Saint John location if placements are available. This will extend the length of the program.

Employment Opportunities: Find employment in computerized office environments where the knowledge of various office systems, and skills in a variety of software packages, is required.

Office Administration: Bilingual Available at this NBCC location: Fredericton Length: 2 years Profile: A Learn accounting, current administrative practices, communications, software applications and develop French language skills. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in office environments where knowledge of office systems and procedures, combined with skills in a variety of software packages, is required.

Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in hospitals, government, private industry and non-profit organizations. Careers include office manager, executive assistant, managerial-level support staff, trainer or receptionist.

Office Administration: Medical Available at these NBCC locations: Fredericton, Moncton Length: 1 1/2 years Profile: A Learn the administrative requirements that effectively facilitate the functioning of medical offices. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in medical offices, hospital administrative services and other ancillary services that support the health care environment.

On-the-job experience works.

Make it work for you.

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information

technology

Develop strong technical skills needed to confidently make strategic decisions others can’t.

Explore network admin, desktop support, application development and other specialties while focusing on and developing the critical thinking skills necessary to succeed in business today.

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IT: Network Administration Available at this NBCC location: Moncton Length: 2 years Profile: A Learn advanced network operating systems, network infrastructure and administration and server systems. Students will also prepare to achieve industry certification. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in design, implementation, troubleshooting and administration of secure networks and internetworks within small independent shops, large private organizations or the government.

IT: Network Support Available at these NBCC locations: Moncton, St. Andrews Length: 1 year Profile: A Learn to build, maintain and upgrade peer-to-peer and client-server networks, apply network security protocols, and to support desktop and server computer systems.

IT: Desktop Support Available at these NBCC locations: Moncton, Woodstock Length: 1 year Profile: A Learn about desktop computers, operating systems and a wide array of software applications, as well as troubleshooting, PC repair, hardware and software installation, networking and much more. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment as a hardware installation technician, help desk technician, PC bench technician or PC salesperson.

IT: Internet Application Development Available at this NBCC location: Moncton Length: 2 years Profile: A Learn to design, build and implement Internet and intranet applications that live online and achieve critical business objectives. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in the IT field. Typical employment may include web development, programming analysis, database development, or systems analysis in either a corporate setting or as a consultant.

Learning from experts in industry works.

Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment with telephone companies, cable companies, Internet service providers or small- to medium-sized businesses supporting information technology infrastructures. Work in IT departments of corporations as a network support analyst, LAN administrator, network administrator, network support technician, system administrator, technical support or help desk specialist.

IT: Programmer-Analyst Available at these NBCC locations: Fredericton, Saint John Length: 2 years Profile: A Learn essential IT skills as well as strong business programming skills during your first year. In year two, you will work in small groups to develop a systems project that you will program in your final academic term. This project incorporates all of the programming and analysis skills developed over the two years. This program may involve paid co-op work terms through the Saint John location if placements are available. This will extend the length of the program. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment across the entire spectrum of the New Brunswick market ranging from small independent shops, through large private organizations, to the government itself.

Make it work for you.

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Cook Available at this NBCC location: Moncton Length: 1 year Profile: A Learn about kitchen tools and equipment, recipe production, measurements and cooking procedures as well as multi-tasking within different restaurant kitchen stations. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in hotels, restaurants, diners, trains and ships. The public sector also offers opportunities for employment in institutions including hospitals, nursing homes and school cafeterias.

Event Management Available: Online Length: 1 year Profile: A Learn to develop and execute comprehensive plans covering the finance, marketing and imaginative elements needed to create a great event.

Hospitality and Tourism Operations: Hotel and Restaurant Available at this NBCC location: St. Andrews Length: 1 year Profile: A

Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment as a conference planner, conference services manager, convention coordinator, event planner, festival organizer, meeting planner, special events organizer and trade show planner.

Learn the business side of hospitality industry management. Develop applied skills that help you navigate hotel, restaurant and culinary business models. Students will confidently explore the challenges and successes of running a cost-effective operation that provides great service.

Hospitality and Tourism Operations: Culinary Arts

Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in hotels, restaurants, resorts, catering companies, hospitality supply companies, convention centres and beverage operations.

Available at this NBCC location: St. Andrews Length: 1 year Profile: A Become confident and competent in the kitchen by learning classic cooking techniques combined with new trends and ideas. Work with guest chefs, learn about local food resources, production cycles, supervisory models, menu analysis and kitchen design. This is your chance to turn your passion for cooking into a rewarding career. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment with cruise lines, catering companies, hospitality supply companies, hospitals, convention centres, hotels and many other culinary-related businesses.

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Hospitality and Tourism Operations: International Travel and Tourism Available at this NBCC location: St. Andrews Length: 1 year Profile: A Learn through work in the classroom with industry professionals and in the field with international travel. Students develop significant insight into the nature of social and geographic cultural diversity. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment as a travel sales consultant, cruise and leisure travel advisor, worldwide reservation consultant, visitor information counsellor, event planning coordinator, tour guide, meeting and convention coordinator, corporate travel consultant, customer relations specialist, travel wholesale broker and international destination marketing specialist.

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hospitality & tourism Equal parts creativity, culture and intensity.

Whether you want to explore the world or its kitchen, programs in hospitality, tourism, culinary arts and event management will give you the hands-on training needed to succeed.

Pursuing your dream works.

Make it work for you.

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health

Hands-on learning. Hands-on healing. Join the fast-paced, highly intense, yet truly rewarding field of medicine.

Health Information Management

Medical Laboratory Assistant

Available at this NBCC location: Moncton Length: 2 years Profile: C

Available at this NBCC location: Saint John Length: 1 year Profile: C

Learn the skills and knowledge required to collect, secure, and maintain patient information. Health Information Management (HIM) ensures the availability of health information to facilitate real-time healthcare delivery and critical health-related decision making for multiple purposes across diverse organizations, settings and disciplines.

Learn how to process and prepare collected specimens from patients for analysis; perform data entry and clerical services. Students will have the opportunity to apply knowledge by practicing skills in hospital and laboratory settings.

Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in acute care within the Department of Health (records, health information management, decision support, quality management, research and statistics, information systems, utilization and risk management), privacy commissioners offices, educational institutions, community health clinics, pharmaceutical companies, primary care agencies, home care, mental health programs, outreach programs, nursing homes and long-term care facilities.

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Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in medical laboratories under the supervision of medical laboratory technologists, public health departments, medical clinics, biological supply houses, veterinarian hospitals and related commercial fields.

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Medical Laboratory Technology

Pharmacy Technician

Available at this NBCC location: Saint John Length: 2 1/2 years Profile: D

Available at these NBCC locations: Moncton, Saint John Length: 1 year Profile: C

Learn to perform laboratory investigations related to the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease, as well as how to evaluate the technical validity of specimens obtained from the body.

Learn to provide technical services and support related to the preparation and distribution of medications in either a commercial or community pharmacy setting.

Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in hospital medical laboratories or public health departments, in medical clinics, blood transfusion services, biological supply houses, veterinarian hospitals, research centres and related commercial fields.

Employment Opportunities: Find employment within a hospital, community pharmacy or other related pharmacy environments.

Personal Support Worker: Acute Care Available at these NBCC locations: Fredericton, Miramichi, Moncton, Saint John, St. Andrews, Woodstock, Online Length: 1 year Profile: A Learn to provide care and support to clients and their families through in-class learning and hands-on practicums that teach you to provide long-term and acute care services while working safely in the spirit of compassion. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in hospitals, nursing homes, or with long-term care agencies.

Personal Support Worker: Long-Term Care Available at this NBCC location: Woodstock (on-site as well as in Plaster Rock) Length: 1/2 year Profile: A Learn the skills to deliver a wide variety of support services, community services and physical and mental health services to long-term care patients. Employment Opportunities: Find employment as a nurse’s aide, orderly, patient service associate, visiting homemaker or housekeeper.

Loving what you do works.

Make it work for you.

Practical Nurse Available at these NBCC locations in September: Fredericton, Miramichi, Moncton, St. Andrews, Woodstock, Online Available at these NBCC locations in January: Miramichi, St. Andrews, Woodstock Length: 2 years Profile: H Learn how to care for people by providing hands-on nursing care in a variety of areas including: medicine, surgery, geriatrics, obstetrics, pediatrics, mental health and community nursing. Employment Opportunities: Find employment within a variety of settings including hospitals, nursing homes, rehabilitation centres, community and many non-traditional settings.

Respiratory Therapy Available at this NBCC location: Saint John Length: 3 years Profile: D Learn to provide treatment and manage care for patients with chronic asthma or emphysema, as well as emergency care to victims of heart attack, stroke, drowning or shock. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in respiratory therapy departments, pulmonary function laboratories, departments of anaesthesia or in private industry. Graduates may also seek employment in related areas of healthcare.

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Correctional Techniques

Human Services

Available at this NBCC location: Miramichi Length: 2 years Profile: A

Available at these NBCC locations: Fredericton, Miramichi, Moncton, Saint John, St. Andrews, Woodstock Length: 1 year Profile: A

Learn the skills needed to work as a correctional officer. You will acquire an understanding of human behaviour through studying psychology, sociology, counselling and criminology. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in federal, provincial, municipal and private correctional institutions or with sheriff’s departments.

Criminal Justice Available at this NBCC location: Miramichi Length: 2 years Profile: S Learn about the various aspects of the criminal justice system. You will develop the essential skills to succeed in this field, including communication and interpersonal skills, critical thinking and problem solving, public speaking and self-confidence. This program is active and involved. Students will learn through role-playing, video scenarios, debates and group projects. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in: law enforcement, corrections and private security, as a paralegal or legal assistant, parole officer, correctional officer, probation officer, youth care worker, counsellor, group-home worker, youth counsellor, rehabilitation program facilitator or law enforcement officer.

Learn to work with different groups of people that have different challenges (infants, elderly, homeless, addicts, mentally ill and the disabled). Students will study a wide range of areas including introductory psychology, sociology, communications, health and growth and development. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in government, non-profit and private agencies, offices, clinics, hospitals, correctional institutions, day treatment programs, group homes, shelters and clients’ homes.

Police Foundations Available at this NBCC location: Miramichi Length: 2 years Profile: A Learn community policing, defensive driving, and emergency response, as well as police interventions. You will also study human behaviour, criminology, communication, sociology, law, the Criminal Code, safety, and personal restraint. Employment Opportunities: Find employment with municipal and federal police services, as well as para-police in a variety of environments, including government departments, industry and private agencies.

Early Childhood Education Available at these NBCC locations: Fredericton, Miramichi, Moncton, Saint John, Woodstock, Online Length: 1 year Profile: A Learn by actively designing, programming and facilitating children’s activities and providing independent supervision of children. Strong communication skills are also essential. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment as a child care professional, with children from birth to age 12, in group care settings, child care centres, preschool centres, schools, family day homes and private homes. Self-employment and entrepreneurial opportunities are also available: childcare consulting, alternative care-giving (after-hours care) and tutoring.

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social protective

services &

Make a positive contribution to your community and with the people who live in it.

Teacher Assistant

Youth Care Worker

Available at this NBCC location: Saint John Length: 1 year Profile: A

Available at this NBCC location: Miramichi Length: 2 years Profile: A

Learn about student growth and development, exceptional learners, health and nutrition to best serve students in an inclusive education environment. You’ll also learn how curriculum and programs are designed and implemented, along with current technology used in schools.

Learn to help children and youth to overcome their challenges and gain self-confidence, while working with social workers, psychologists, recreation therapists, foster care workers, teachers and other professionals.

Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in the private or public elementary school systems, assisting teachers and counselors in an elementary or secondary school.

Being career-ready when you’re done works.

Employment Opportunities: Find employment in agencies or institutions designed to meet the needs of youth at risk: schools, family and community social services, group homes, boys and girls clubs, recreation programs, hospitals and closed custody youth centres.

Make it work for you.

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trades & technology Metals and Manufacturing

Spark your future.

With our metals and manufacturing programs, you not only learn how to build industrial products, you also acquire the skills to manage the manufacturing process.

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CNC Machining

Steel Fabrication

Available at this NBCC location: Moncton Length: 2 years Profile: A

Available at this NBCC location: Moncton Length: 1 year Profile: A

Learn the highly technical skills associated with computerized machining. You will learn to program, set up, troubleshoot and run advanced machine tools.

Learn the skills needed to lay out, fabricate, assemble and erect steel using cutting, forming and welding techniques.

Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in the computerized manufacturing industry. You will learn to program, set up, troubleshoot and run advanced machine tools.

Machinist Available at these NBCC locations: Moncton, Saint John Length: 1 year Profile: A Learn to set up and operate a variety of machine and hand tools to measure, cut, drill, form, shape, grind and finish metal, plastic or similar materials to make or repair parts or products with precise dimensions used in the manufacture and repair of mechanical devices, machines and equipment. You will produce parts based on engineered drawings or diagnose mechanical malfunctions in production or industrial machinery. You then will produce the necessary parts or components to return these machines to production, or redesign them to improve the performance of the machine. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in the machine shops of manufacturing or processing plants, railways, shipyards, refineries, pulp and paper mills, mines and smelters and private metal working firms.

Employment Opportunities: Find employment in structural steel, boiler and plate work fabrication plants, heavy machinery manufacturing and shipbuilding companies.

Welding Available at these NBCC locations: Moncton, Miramichi, Saint John, St. Andrews, Woodstock Length: 1 year Profile: A Learn a technical understanding of arc welding, welding safety, arc welding power sources, electrode classifications and selection. Employment Opportunities: Find employment as a welder in industrial and commercial sectors such as assembly plants, fabrication shops, factories, shipbuilding, refineries and building construction. Graduates may also be indentured as an apprentice.

Welding Technology Available at this NBCC location: Moncton Length: 2 years Profile: B Learn the welding and steel fabrication skills needed to help become a specialist or supervisor. Train in robotics, metallurgy, weld inspection methods, and weld design.

Sheet Metal Fabrication

The program includes on-the-job training in both years of the program.

Available at this NBCC location: Moncton Length: 1 year Profile: A

Employment Opportunities: Find employment as an engineering assistant, robotic welding programmer, welding inspector, laboratory technician, welding consultant, welding instructor and welding foreman or supervisor in various areas (including the construction industry, pulp and paper mills, steel fabrication shops, shipbuilding, refineries, and nuclear facilities).

Learn the skills to lay out, fabricate, assemble and erect sheet metal components using soldering, welding, riveting and bolting techniques. Students will learn to create, read and interpret blueprints and specifications and will be given instruction in the use of portable power tools, sheet metal working equipment and arc welding and cutting equipment. Employment Opportunities: Find employment in sheet metal fabrication shops, products manufacturing companies, sheet metal work contractors and various industrial sectors.

Learning with industry-standard equipment works.

Make it work for you.

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Bricklaying

Electrical: Industrial

Available at this NBCC location: Woodstock (Starts in January) Length: 1/2 year Profile: A

Available at this NBCC location: St. Andrews Length: 1 year Profile: A

Learn to lay brick, acid-resistant brick and stone. Learn to trim bricks using hand and power tools, to restore, clean or paint existing brick structures and to read and interpret sketches and blueprints.

Learn to install, maintain, test, troubleshoot and repair industrial electrical equipment and associated electrical and electronic controls. Must be willing to work in a hands-on environment and use software for troubleshooting and calibration of equipment.

Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment as an apprentice with residential and commercial building companies.

Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment with electrical contractors, maintenance departments of factories, plants, mines, shipyards and other industrial establishments. Electricians work in a wide variety of buildings and facilities – on everything from lighting and climate control systems, to communication equipment and thousands of other specific devices.

Carpentry

Floor Installer

Available at these NBCC locations: Miramichi, Moncton, St. Andrews, Woodstock Length: 1 year Profile: A

Available at this NBCC location: Moncton Length: 1/2 year Profile: A

Learn about the residential and commercial building construction trade. Gain a comprehensive understanding of building codes and standards, matched with safety and quality assurance processes. Employment Opportunities: As a graduate, you will be prepared for entry-level work with small or large residential or commercial construction companies.

Electrical Available at these NBCC locations: Miramichi, Moncton, Saint John, St. Andrews, Woodstock Length: 1 year Profile: A Learn, under actual shop conditions, to develop an understanding of the installation and operation of electrical systems and components. Through practical projects, you develop skills in fundamental wiring practices, pipe threading and bending, cable tray installation, service entrances and basic troubleshooting techniques.

Learn to work with and lay a variety of floor coverings including rugs, tiles, hardwood, stair coverings and specialty materials. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment with installation companies, contractors and retail outlets, or become self-employed.

Fuels Technician Available at this NBCC location: Saint John Length: 2 years Profile: A Learn theoretical knowledge and attain practical experience in inspection, installation, service, repair and maintenance of equipment and supplies used in the fuels industry for the distribution or consumption of hydrocarbon fuels, such as furnace oils, natural and propane gas. Fuels technicians are responsible for work related to the installation, operation, maintenance, inspection and repair of systems related to the distribution or consumption of natural gas, propane or oil.

Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment with electrical contractors, public works and the oil, pulp and paper industries. As you acquire experience and become a qualified journeyman, there are opportunities to become an electrical foreman, superintendent or appraiser, or you may choose to be self-employed.

Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment as a fuels technician for a variety of employers involved with the inspection, installation, service, repair and maintenance of equipment and supplies utilized in the gas industry for the distribution or consumption of natural gas or propane.

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trades & technology Building and Construction

Get the tools you need to thrive in the dynamic and rapidly evolving construction trade. Plumbing Available at these NBCC locations: Moncton, Saint John, St. Andrews, Woodstock Length: 1 year Profile: A Learn how to assemble, install and repair pipes, fixtures and fittings used for water distribution and drainage systems in buildings. Employment Opportunities: Find employment as a plumber, steamfitter/pipefitter or sprinkler fitter, or opportunities in municipal water supply and supply distributors. You may specialize in the installation of piping systems for residential, commercial, industrial and public buildings, as well as in repair and maintenance of existing systems.

Hands-on instruction works.

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technician Available at this NBCC location: St. Andrews Length: 1 year Profile: A Learn the essential job skills related to the installation, maintenance, service and repair of residential, commercial and industrial refrigeration and air conditioning systems. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in the manufacturing, installation, service, repair and maintenance or sale of refrigeration, air conditioning and ventilation equipment.

Make it work for you.

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trades & technology Motive Power

Whether it moves on water or land, learn how to keep the gears in motion.

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Marine Diesel Mechanics Available at this NBCC location: St. Andrews Length: 1 year Profile: A Learn the skills and knowledge needed to install, repair and maintain major mechanical components of commercial crafts, with particular reference to diesel engines. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment with fleet owners, boat repair shops, truck and transport distributors and motor vehicle repair shops as a marine diesel mechanic, marine engineer/oiler, heavy equipment mechanic, small engine mechanic, hydraulics technician, motor vehicle mechanic and industrial mechanic/millwright.

Motor Vehicle Body Repairer and Painter Available at this NBCC location: Saint John Length: 1 year Profile: A

Agricultural Equipment Repair Available at this NBCC location: Moncton Length: 1 year Profile: A Learn to fix planters, sprayers, foragers, harvesters, tillers and other agriculturally-related attachments and material handling equipment. You will also learn to check equipment components, identify causes of failures, diagnose problems, perform repairs, install new parts and make necessary adjustments. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment with agricultural, truck, and heavy duty equipment dealers and manufacturers, aftermarket suppliers, in farming enterprises, and forestry operations.

Automotive Service Technician Available at these NBCC locations: Fredericton (Minto), Moncton, Saint John Length: 1 year Profile: A

Learn how to operate manual, electric and pneumatic tools to straighten, sand, remove and replace metal auto body panels and chassis components. Receive training in welding, body filler application and fibreglass repair, priming and painting. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in body shops, auto and truck dealerships, custom shops and trucking and bus companies.

Motorcycle Repair Available at this NBCC location: Moncton Length: 1 year Profile: A Learn to inspect, service and repair motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles and other related equipment. In the shop, you’ll learn to use hand and power tools, shop equipment and measuring instruments. In the classroom, you’ll focus on the operation, diagnosis and repair of motorcycle systems, covering both two and four stroke engines, carburetion, fuel injection and electrical systems.

Learn how to diagnose, test, repair and replace some of the major systems and components in automobiles and light trucks as well as the use of alternate fuel and hybrid technology.

Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment at a dealership, or in retail sales/services, or be self-employed in the service and repair of motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles and snowmobiles.

Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in private automotive repair shops, automobile dealer repair shops and trade-related fields, such as distributors of automobile parts, specialty repair shops or warranty specialists for manufacturers.

Truck and Transport Service Technician

Heavy Equipment Service Technician Available at this NBCC location: Miramichi Length: 1 year Profile: A Learn to diagnose, repair, adjust, overhaul, maintain, and test mobile, heavy duty off-road equipment. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment wherever heavy-duty equipment is sold, serviced or repaired. This includes equipment dealers, garages, railways, provincial and municipal departments and forestry, mining and construction companies.

Small class size works.

Make it work for you.

Available at these NBCC locations: Fredericton (Minto), Moncton Length: 1 year Profile: A Learn to examine vehicles for defects, locate the cause of malfunctions, overhaul mechanical components, check electrical and fuel systems, repair defects, fit new parts and reassemble components. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment with dealer service departments, trucking fleet operators, government highway departments, railways and independent truck repair shops.

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trades & technology Industrial

Chemical Technology (Co-op) Available at this NBCC location: Saint John Length: 3 years Profile: C Learn to provide technical assistance, modify techniques and procedures in laboratory and plant operations, install and maintain complex equipment, and conduct chemical analyses. Students will also specialize in chemical research, pilot-plant operations, quality control and processes. Employment Opportunities: Find employment as a laboratory technologist, quality assurance specialist or an engineering technologist in industries involved in pulp and paper, petroleum and plastic products, foods, fertilizers, metals, minerals and pharmaceuticals.

Industrial Mechanics

Industrial Control Technology (Co-op)

Available at these NBCC locations: Miramichi, Saint John Length: 1 year Profile: A

Available at this NBCC location: Saint John Length: 3 years Profile: C Learn to repair, maintain, calibrate, adjust and install industrial measuring and control equipment through classroom and co-op training. Employment Opportunities: Find employment in the design, production, sales, installation and maintenance of industrial automation systems. These industrial installations may be in the fields of oil refining, electrical power generation, pulp and paper manufacturing, mining and many others.

Learn metal processing, basic welding and cutting, sheet metal work, machine shop practices, maintenance and troubleshooting. Progress from simple hand and machine processes to more exacting operations such as machining, fitting and reassembly. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in power generating stations, pulp and paper mills, sawmills, shipyards, mining operations, oil refineries, food processing plants, various manufacturing plants and other mechanized industries.

Process Control Technician Available at this NBCC location: Saint John Length: 2 years Profile: C Learn to analyze, adjust and optimize process units and equipment in industrial facilities. Courses include lab work in thermodynamics, applied chemistry, instrumentation and controls and electrical devices. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in pulp and paper, petroleum, LNG, food, beverage and mineral processing industries, power plants, oil production and refining, municipal treatment plants and government inspection services.

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environmental

marine & systems

Concerned about the environment? Acquire the knowledge needed to help protect and sustain it.

Aquaculture Technician

Landscape

Available at this NBCC location: St. Andrews Length: 1 year Profile: A

Available at this NBCC location: Woodstock Length: 1 year Profile: A

Learn to handle many of the tasks and processes involved in the cultivation of freshwater and marine life as well as the care of their environment.

Learn plan interpretation, business management, landscape construction, landscape maintenance, turf management, integrated pest management, carpentry and much more.

Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in any of the hatcheries or marine sea-cage sites within the industry, or as a technician supporting the industry in the fields of fish health, feed and nutrition, environmental management, cage and net manufacturing, processing and research.

Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment with landscape construction or maintenance companies, nursery and garden retail centres, municipal and provincial parks or recreational services and golf courses.

Environmental Technology Available at this NBCC location: Miramichi Length: 2 years Profile: C Learn to evaluate air, water, ground water and soil quality through sampling, monitoring, analysis, data collection and report writing within the environmental field. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in the areas of environmental protection (air quality, water quality and environmental health and safety), conservation of natural resources (agriculture, fish and wildlife and habitat and ecosystems), and research and education/communications.

Treading new ground works.

Make it work for you.

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engineering

technology

Hands-on learning at its best.

Learn by working on major engineering projects like roads, buildings, telecommunication systems, industrial processes, integrated geographic inform足ation systems and embedded electronics and circuitry design.

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Civil Engineering Technology: Architectural

Civil Engineering Technology: Highway and Municipal

Available at this NBCC location: Moncton Length: 2 years Profile: C

Available at this NBCC location: Moncton Length: 2 years Profile: C

Learn by assisting professional architects and civil design engineers who are conducting research, creating drawings, designing architectural models, preparing specifications and contracts and supervising construction projects.

Learn everything from design to highway construction to water and sewage systems. Your in-class effort is complemented by a work term that gives you employment experience.

Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment as an architectural technologist and architectural design technologist in the civil inspection field with companies employing quantity surveyors; and with municipal, provincial and federal government departments and services.

Civil Engineering Technology: Building Systems Available at these NBCC locations: Fredericton, Moncton Length: 2 years Profile: C Learn to interpret and create architectural drawings and structural and industrial plans to assist in the design of mechanical and electrical systems for residential and commercial buildings. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in the following fields: architectural, structural, electrical and mechanical systems, as well as industrial plant design. You could find yourself employed by engineering companies, contractors, manufacturer’s representatives and property managers.

Civil Engineering Technology: Construction Management

Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment as a civil engineering technologist in fields like highway and transportation engineering, surveying, construction supervision and environmental protection. Graduates find careers at engineering consulting firms, construction and survey companies and government public works and transportation departments.

Civil Engineering Technology: Structural Available at this NBCC location: Moncton Length: 2 years Profile: C Learn about steel, timber and reinforced concrete design, structural analysis, engineering drawings, soils and materials testing and quantity surveying. A combination of in-class and on-the-job experience will prepare you to assist in the design and construction of building systems and perform site inspections and testing. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment as a structural design technologist, structural engineering technician, or structural investigator in engineering consulting offices. Graduates could work in the civil inspection field or with steel fabrication firms, as well as with municipal, provincial and federal government departments and services.

Civil Technician

Available at this NBCC location: Moncton Length: 2 years Profile: C

Available at this NBCC location: Moncton (Starts in January) Length: 1 year Profile: B

Learn by taking an in-depth look at construction principles and practices, equipment and management-related topics. Our on-thejob practicum readies students to assist in planning, organizing, directing, controlling and evaluating construction projects. Manage blueprints, contract documents and budgets from start to finish.

Learn how to provide technical support to scientists, engineers and other professionals working on a range of construction and engineering projects.

Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment with construction firms as one of the supervisory personnel and as a quantity surveyor (estimator). With experience, graduates may obtain a position as a superintendent, project manager, or inspector on construction projects.

Building your resumĂŠ works.

Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment as a civil technician employed by consulting engineering and construction companies, government public works and transportation departments and in many other industries.

Make it work for you.

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Electrical Engineering Technology: Alternate Energy Systems

Electronics Engineering Technology: Electronics Design and Embedded Systems

Available at this NBCC location: Moncton Length: 2 years Profile: C

Available at this NBCC location: Moncton Length: 2 years Profile: C

Learn about the production, distribution and installation of electrical energy systems, with an emphasis on sustainable energy sources such as wind, solar and geo exchange.

Learn the design and development of embedded systems through object-oriented programming, schematic capture and printed circuit board layout. Master micro-controller programming and computer peripheral design and study how to build computer-controlled devices.

Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment as an installation or maintenance technologist for electrical utilities, communications companies or the government. Work in a wide range of manufacturing, processing and transportation industries, or as an entrepreneur in the emerging renewable energy sector.

Electronics Engineering Technology: Communication Systems Available at this NBCC location: Saint John Length: 2 years Profile: C Learn through classroom theory, hands-on lab work, and co-op placements that introduce you to the real world of electronic circuit analysis and design. Master wireless and computer controlled systems while learning to design, build, test, document and maintain electronic, computer and telecommunication systems. This program may involve paid co-op work terms through the Saint John location if placements are available. This will extend the length of the program. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment at pulp mills and power plants, telephone and computer companies and many others. Graduates could find work as an engineering technologist in a variety of job functions such as telecommunications, commercial broadcasting, sales, instrumentation, or as a customer support technician.

Electronics Engineering Technology: Computer Systems Available at this NBCC location: Saint John Length: 2 years Profile: C Learn about electronic and digital circuits and devices, printed circuit board rework and repair, local and wide area networks, programming, fibre optics and microprocessors. Learn to design, build, test, document and maintain electronic computer networking systems. This program may involve paid co-op work terms through the Saint John location if placements are available. This will extend the length of the program. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in computer systems and electronics, network installation and maintenance, network administration, data acquisition, computer and electronic equipment installation and maintenance, and customer support technician, as well as the installation and maintenance of business and bio-medical instrumentation equipment.

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Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment as a junior technologist and work in research and development, production, programming and maintenance of computer-controlled products. Work for small businesses, where you maintain and modify embedded software or in larger companies as a junior level programmer or CAD operator.

Electronics Engineering Technology: Industrial Available at this NBCC location: Moncton Length: 2 years Profile: C Learn industrial electronic applications including motor controls, power control and conditioning, opto-electronics, sensors and signal conditioning, programmable logic controllers, power generation and distribution systems. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment with electronic equipment manufacturers, university lab facilities, pulp and paper companies, public works, industrial and scientific research organizations, consulting engineering firms and government agencies.

Electronics Engineering Technology: Telecommunications Available at this NBCC location: Moncton Length: 2 years Profile: C Learn to explore the convergence of voice, video and data in modern telecommunication networks. Investigate broadcast, landline, optical fibre, satellite and microwave transmission techniques, while building engineering design and project management skills. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in the electronics industry in the areas of research, design, production, modification and sales. You could also start a career working for a telephone company, radio and television station, cable company, power distribution utility, microcomputer firm, university, health care facility or another electronics-related firm.

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engineering

technology

Geographic Information Systems Technology

Mechanical Technician (Co-op)

Available at this NBCC location: Moncton Length: 1 year Profile: F

Available at this NBCC location: Saint John Length: 3 years Profile: B

This intensive GIS program will train you in the use of sophisticated technology tools for the collection, storage, manipulation, analysis, interpretation, and communication of geospatial information, using cutting-edge GIS software, as well as methods and data used by industry.

Learn the basic functions of pipefitting, welding, rigging and machining, as well as how to install, assemble, maintain and commission mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, lubrication, cooling and exhaust systems in industrial plants.

Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in a variety of positions, including spatial analysis technologist, mapping technologist, GPS technologist, geo-processor or database technologist. Graduates can also find employment in engineering consulting offices and architectural firms, the civil inspection field, companies employing quantity surveyors and municipal, provincial and federal government departments.

Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in power generating stations, pulp and paper mills, steel mills, mining operations, oil refineries and food processing plants as a maintenance staff, operator, supervisor, quality assurance inspector, maintenance planner or safety coordinator.

Mechanical Engineering Technology

Available at this NBCC location: Saint John Length: 2 years Profile: C

Available at this NBCC location: Saint John Length: 2 years Profile: C Learn how to provide technical support and services in the design, development, maintenance and testing of machines, components, tools, heating and ventilation systems. In your first year, you’ll learn the basics of mechanical engineering technology. In your second year, you’ll learn advanced machine design, computer-aided drawings and specifications, building systems including HVAC, and engineering manufacturing operations and processes. This program may involve paid co-op work terms through the Saint John location if placements are available. This will extend the length of the program.

Power Engineering Technology (Co-op) Learn to develop new engineering skills through lab-work in thermo­ dynamics, applied mechanics and electro-technology. Students will combine on-the-job work experience with classroom-based instruction on analytical and diagnostic techniques applied to power engineering problem-solving and the study of power plant management principles. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in modern nuclear and conventional power plants, pulp and paper mills, oil production and refining, food and fish processing industries, marine industries, municipal treatment plants and government inspection services.

Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment in technical and industrial areas; including, mechanical and machinery maintenance and operations, manufacturing, processing, inspection, mechanical design, engineering sales and research and development.

Earning a diploma in three years or less works.

Make it work for you.

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academic

services Expand your horizons. Open new doors. These programs can help you complete your high school diploma, introduce you to a college curriculum, give you a chance to hone your computer skills, or provide you with an opportunity to learn in both official languages.

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Academic Studies

French as a Second Language

Available at these NBCC locations: Miramichi, Moncton, Saint John Length: 1/2 year Profile: S

Available at this NBCC location: Miramichi Length: 1 year Profile: A

Upgrade French, English, science, math or other skills to complete a high school transcript. Please contact us to find out course availability. Employment Opportunities: These courses may lead directly to a variety of career opportunities that require a high school diploma, additional educational opportunities in a variety of post-secondary educational institutions, including NBCC.

Learn to understand and use proper French language structures, rules of grammar, pronunciation and vocabulary to communicate effectively. Progressive courses are offered throughout the academic year. Based on a placement test conducted with the instructor prior to enrolment, you will be directed to the appropriate course to meet your needs. Employment Opportunities: Find potential employment wherever French and/or English is used on a regular basis. Many jobs in New Brunswick require employees to be bilingual.

Pre-Science Available at these NBCC locations: Moncton, Saint John (September and January) Length: 1/2 year Profile: A Learn the prerequisites for engineering technology, health, and business programs. Areas of study may include mathematics, chemistry, physics, biology, communication, and computer concepts. Pre-Science also provides you with support counselling and an overview of the various programs available. Employment Opportunities: Pre-Science courses lead to further training.

Feeling a sense of accomplishment works.

Make it work for you.

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admission

profiles Profile A •H  igh School Diploma or Adult High School Diploma or GED Diploma of High School Equivalency

Explanatory Notes Profile A requires successful completion of high school courses at Levels 1, 2, or 3. Transcripts of marks from public high schools indicating a modified level will need additional evaluation.

Profile B •H  igh School Diploma or Adult High School Diploma or GED Diploma of High School Equivalency •G  eometry and Applications in Mathematics 112 and Functions and Relations 112

Explanatory Notes Profile B includes the requirements in Profile A and requires students to successfully complete Geometry and Applications in Mathematics 112 and Functions and Relations 112.

Profile C •H  igh School Diploma or Adult High School Diploma or GED Diploma of High School Equivalency •G  eometry and Applications in Mathematics 112 and Functions and Relations 112 •O  ne (1) additional science from the following: - Biology 112 or Biology 122 - Chemistry 112 or 122 - Physics 112 or 122

Explanatory Notes Profile C includes the requirements in Profile B and in addition, requires students to successfully complete one additional science (Level 2) above the high school graduation requirements. Recommended Science: A program may indicate a recommended science from Biology, Chemistry, or Physics. Please refer to the program outline on our website at nbcc.ca for more details.

Profile D •H  igh School Diploma or Adult High School Diploma or GED Diploma of High School Equivalency •G  eometry and Applications in Mathematics 112 and Functions and Relations 112 •T  wo (2) additional sciences from the following: - Biology 112 or 122 - Chemistry 112 or 122 - Physics 112 or 122

Explanatory Notes Profile D includes the requirements in Profile B and in addition, requires students to successfully complete two additional sciences (Level 2) above the requirements for high school graduation. Recommended Sciences: A program may indicate recommended sciences: from Biology, Chemistry or Physics. Please refer to the program outline on our website at nbcc.ca for more details.

Profile E  igh School Diploma or Adult High School Diploma or GED Diploma of •H High School Equivalency •M  athematics 120 or 122

Explanatory Notes Profile E includes the requirements in Profile B and in addition, requires students to successfully complete one Grade 12 Mathematics (Level 2).

Profile F •P  ost Secondary Education in a related field and/or equivalent experience

Explanatory Notes Profile F requires students to have completed a combination of post-secondary education and/or equivalent work experience as specified in the admission requirements. Please refer to the program outline on our website at nbcc.ca for specific admission requirements.

Profile G •H  igh School Diploma or Adult High School Diploma or GED Diploma of High School Equivalency  eometry and Applications in Mathematics 112 •G

Explanatory Notes Profile G requires that students successully complete Geometry and Applications in Mathematics 112.

Profile H •H  igh School Diploma or Adult High School Diploma or GED Diploma of High School Equivalency •O  ne (1) science from the following: -Biology 112 or 122 -Chemistry 112 or 122 -Physics 112 or 122

Explanatory Notes A program may indicate a recommended science from either Biology, Chemistry or Physics. Please refer to the program outline on our website at nbcc.ca for more details.

Profile S • Specific Admission Profile

Explanatory Notes This is a Specific Admission Profile which includes a modification or combination of Profiles A to F and/or additional requirements. Please refer to the program outline on our website at nbcc.ca for specific admission requirements.

*Applicants from other provinces/countries will be evaluated on an individual basis to meet the entrance standards of the New Brunswick Community College.

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financial

matters

Average Cost for a full-time Canadian student:

Average Cost for a full-time International student:

Tuition 1

$2,800

Tuition 1

$5,600

SRC Fee

$80

SRC Fee

$80

Books and Equipment 2

$1,000

Books and Equipment 2

$1,000

Living Expenses 3

$8,040

Health Insurance (12 months)

$600

Total

$11,920

Living Expenses

$8,800

Total

$16,080

NBCC L.I.V.E. 4

$300-$800

NBCC L.I.V.E. 4

3

$300-$800

1

The tuition fee for a given regular training program is based on a fixed annual fee ($2,800 for Canadian students and $5,600 for International students in 2012-2013) for a program with a standard duration (one year, 32 to 40 weeks, or 30 credits). Fees for programs with a duration other than 32 to 40 weeks standard are pro-rated to the standard weekly fee.

2

The cost of books and equipment is an estimate only, and will vary from one program to another.

3

Living expenses are estimates only, and include the cost of accommodations, meals and incidentals and local transportation. Estimated expenses for Canadian students are based on 10 months of living costs. Estimated expenses for International students budget for 12 months of living in New Brunswick.

4

All students in L.I.V.E. (Learning Integrated Virtually Everywhere) programs pay a $300 technology fee, which covers software and program costs. Students who choose to lease a laptop computer from NBCC will pay an additional $500, which equips them with a laptop computer pre-loaded with all the tools necessary for their program and technical support throughout the year.

Information on student loans is available at www.studentaid.gnb.ca for New Brunswick residents, or at www.canlearn.ca.

Scholarships and Bursaries At NBCC, we’re proud to recognize academic achievement, community involvement, extra-curricular activities and financial need. We have many scholarships and bursaries available including the New Brunswick Community College Entry Scholarships (one recipient per New Brunswick High School), Wage Gap Action Scholarships and NBCC Foundation Scholarships. To see the complete range of scholarships and bursaries available, please visit www.nbcc.ca/scholarships.

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canadian applicants How to Apply

Admission Requirements

1. Choose from four simple ways to complete your application form: • Online – www.nbcc.ca • By phone – 1-800-376-5353 • By fax – 506-789-2430 • By mail – pick up a form from a campus near you and mail to: College Admissions Service 6 Arran St. Campbellton, NB E3N 1K4

1. Admission requirements are grouped into profiles based on the nature of the program you apply for.

2. Pay the $25 application fee per program: • Online – at www.nbcc.ca • In person – pay at one of our six locations • By mail – send cheque or money order with your application 3. Please include your official high school transcript (mandatory), any additional post-secondary transcripts and/or further documentation for admission to specific programs. *Note: You can apply for a maximum of two programs each year.

When to Apply 1. We begin processing applications for regular programs on November 1. 2. Many programs are in high demand and fill quickly, so apply early.

2. More information on profiles is available on page 39. 3. Admission requirements exist to ensure your success in the program you choose. *Note: NBCC will consider mature applicants (21 years or older) for under-subscribed programs even though they might not meet the admission prerequisites if they show past experience and/or previous training that demonstrates their ability to succeed in their program of choice.

Out-of-Province Applications 1. New Brunswick applicants are given priority for NBCC seats until January 1. 2. After January 1, candidates from within or outside of New Brunswick will be assigned seats as they become available. 3. In programs where the number of applications does not exceed the number of seats, out-of-province applicants may be considered before January 1 at the discretion of the College Admissions Service. *Note: Residents of the State of Maine, USA, are eligible for domestic tuition rates while studying at NBCC.

3. Applications for all regular programs are processed by the College Admissions Service (CAS).

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Steps to Confirm Placement

1. Choose from four simple ways to complete your application form: • Online – www.nbcc.ca • By phone – 1-800-376-5353 (within North America) 1-506-789-2404 (outside North America) • By fax – 506-789-2430 • By mail – print application form from www.nbcc.ca and mail it to: College Admissions Service 6 Arran St. Campbellton, NB E3N 1K4

1. Use your Letter of Acceptance to apply for your Study Permit/ Visa from the Canadian Embassy, High Commission or Consulate in your country. You will be able to obtain information from visa officials on additional requirements that may be needed. You can also visit the Citizen Immigration Canada website at: www.cic.gc.ca for additional information.

2. Pay the $100 application fee for one or two programs: • Online – www.nbcc.ca • By phone – 1-800-376-5353 (inside North America), or 1-506-789-2404 (outside North America) • By mail with your application • By funds transfer from the bank

*Note: You can only apply for up to two programs each year.

3. Send your official transcript(s) (photocopies or scanned copies will not be accepted). • Include official transcript(s) in the language they were issued. • If not English, include transcript(s) translated to English by a certified translator and verified by a notary public or other official. • Your transcript must attest that you have successfully completed high school and/or post-secondary education. • Include any other documentation required for admission to specific programs. • Include translated official documentation attesting to successful completion of a national exam as applicable. 4. Demonstrate proficiency in English. • Provide verification of test results for TOEFL, IELTS, MELAB or CAEL. • If you do not have proof of English language proficiency, you may enroll in the English for Academic Purposes (EAP) program offered at Saint John College at the University of New Brunswick. • You must complete the EAP program before beginning your NBCC academic program. For more information, visit www.unbsj.ca/sjcollege.

*Note: The minimum acceptable TOEFL score is 550 for the paper-based test, and 80 for the Internet-based test. The minimum score for IELTS is 6.5 band; for CAEL is 60; and for MELAB is 85, with no score in any section less than 80. Test results must be from within the last two years.

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2. Pay the Confirmation Fee of $1,300 within 60 days of being accepted to reserve your seat in the program. The fee may be paid online at www.nbcc.ca/international or by bank transfer. 3. Once you receive your Study Permit and Visa (if required), please contact NBCC by email to: confirm your arrival date, request help in finding housing (if required), or request airport pick-up (if required).

Admission Requirements 1. Admission requirements are grouped into profiles based on the nature of the program you apply for. 2. More information on profiles is available on page 39. 3. Admission requirements exist to ensure your success in the program you choose. *Note: NBCC will consider mature applicants (21 years or older) for under-subscribed programs even though they might not meet the admission prerequisites if they show past experience and/or previous training that demonstrates their ability to succeed in their program of choice.

Working in Canada 1. Full-time students have several work options while studying at NBCC: • You may apply to work part-time on campus, although very few opportunities are available. No work permit is required. • You may learn on-the-job training through co-operative education – scheduling periods of academic training with paid practical work experience (a work term). There is no cost for the work permit required. • You may work off-campus if you meet specific criteria. You may apply for a work permit that allows you to work part-time up to 20 hours per week while in school, and full-time during scheduled breaks. • After graduation from a degree, diploma or certificate program, you may apply for the post-graduation work permit, which allows you to work in Canada for up to three years after graduation. 2. Visit www.cic.gc.ca for more information on obtaining a work permit.

1. For programs beginning in September 2012, the College Admissions Service begins processing applications on April 1, 2011 and the deadline is March 31, 2012. 2. For programs beginning in January 2013, the College Admissions Service begins processing applications on August 1, 2011, and application deadline is July 31, 2012. 3. For all other programs, please inquire with the College Admissions Service.

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You shouldn’t have to choose between college and university. While our programs are designed to develop the skills to lead you into a successful and fulfilling career, we also promote transferability, life-long learning and continuing education. A growing number of NBCC students are continuing their education through articulation agreements at various universities in Canada and even in the United States. These agreements mean that you can make a smooth transition from college to the second or third year of a degree. Speak to a college representative or visit www.nbcc.ca to get the latest information on articulation agreements.

Here are some of the post-secondary institutions we have agreements with: Athabasca University Cape Breton University Crandall University Lakehead University Husson University Marine Institute of Memorial University of Newfoundland Memorial University of Newfoundland Mount Saint Vincent University Royal Roads University St. Stephen University St. Thomas University University of New Brunswick - Fredericton University of New Brunswick - Saint John

Correspondence Services The Correspondence Service provides courses from grade 11 and 12 (secondary) as well as college-level courses in an individual learning format. The courses can be used as credits toward achieving a high school diploma, a New Brunswick Adult High School Diploma, a college entrance prerequisite, fulfill requirements to complete a college program or just for personal development.

Additional Training Opportunities NBCC offers various programs and courses on a contract basis. These may be held on-site, off-site or through distance delivery. These specialized programs’ start dates, tuition and admission requirements vary from the regular programs. The following are some programs regularly offered on a contract basis. Fredericton

College and University Preparation Classes GED Preparation Powerline Technician Miramichi

Asphalt Paving Lay-down Technician Grader Operator Heavy Equipment Operation Mechanized Forest Operations Mobile Crane Operation Pipe Layer Technology Snowfighter Moncton

Health Unit Coordinator (Ward Clerk) Human Resources Management - Part Time Saint John

Academic and GED Courses Adult Physical Assessment Intro to Leadership Medication Administration for Licensed Practical Nurses Phlebotomy Re-entry to the Practical Nurse Profession Water and Wastewater Operator’s Training (web-based) Please contact the individual location for program availability and for additional details.

You can obtain the full list of secondary courses offered by correspondence by visiting www.nbcc.ca/correspondence.

Continuing Education NBCC offers a variety of Continuing Education courses and programs through several of its locations. Course offerings range from non-credit general interest courses to complete programs and may include: non-credit courses for personal interest and development, college credit courses for personal interest, career development or to apply toward a college program and complete programs, leading to a college certificate or diploma. Visit www.nbcc.ca or call your local campus for course availability.

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Instructions

Application 2012-2013

➊ Forward an official high school transcript (mandatory), college, university transcript(s) (optional) if available. We accept grade 11 transcripts until your grade 12 transcript is available. Your application will only be evaluated once we receive all documents (application, transcript, application fee).

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➋ Attach the appropriate application fee: cheque, money order (payable to the “Minister of Finance”) or call us at 1-800-376-5353 to pay by phone or online at www.nbcc.ca.

Appl. #2: ___________________________________

Appl. #1: ___________________________________

➌ Fax 506-789-2430 or mail your application form and appropriate documents to the College Admissions Service, 6 Arran Street, Campbellton, NB E3N 1K4 or visit our website at: www.nbcc.ca to apply online.

Personal Information ☐ Canadian Student

Entered by: _________________________________ Date: _______________________________________

*Indicates a mandatory or required field

☐ International Student

I am applying as: (check one box only)

☐ Mature Student

☐ Aboriginal Student

☐ NBYCC

*Last name:_____________________________________ *First name:______________________________ Middle name:________________________________ Birth (maiden) name:____________________________ Other (former) name:_ __________________________________________________________________ *Date of birth:_ _________________________________ Gender: ☐ Male ☐ Female Year/Month/Day

Social Insurance Number:____________________________________________ Medicare (NB): ____________________________________________________ *Home address:__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Street/Rural Route #/P.O. Box

Apt./Suite #

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Province

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Postal Code

County (NB only)

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Mailing address (if different):____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Street/Rural Route #/P.O. Box

Apt./Suite #

City/Town

Province

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Postal Code

County (NB only)

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*Home telephone:_______________________________ Cell:______________________________________ Work:_______________________________________ *Home email:_________________________________________________________ Work email:_______________________________________________________ ☐ Canadian Citizen

☐ Permanent Resident / Landed Immigrant

☐ Employment

☐ Other Visa __________________________________________________________________________________ Country of Origin

Mother tongue: ☐ French

Program Choice

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☐ English

☐ Other (specify)______________________ ☐ Other languages spoken (specify) ___________________

(Maximum of two) $25 per program non-refundable

*First choice: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Program/Option

Campus

Term/Year

Second choice: __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Program/Option

Education

☐ High School

Campus

☐ GED

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College/University/Other Post-Secondary Education ☐ Certificate ☐ Diploma ☐ Bachelor

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Disclosure Statement

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I authorize the College Admissions Service to disclose my information to: _______________________________________________________________________________________

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Name of Student:______________________________________________________________________ ☐ Cdn $25 (1 choice)

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☐ Cheque

☐ International $100 (1 or 2 choices)

payable to the “Minister of Finance” ☐ Visa ☐ Money Order _______________________________________________________________________________________ Credit Card Number

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Services for Students with Disabilities NBCC will make every effort, where feasible, to be accessible to, and include persons with disabilities (mobility impairment, learning disabilities, psychiatric disabilities, blind/visual impairment, other disabilities). All of our locations are equipped with the latest assistive technology to support students with disabilities in their learning experience. Our goal is to ensure that each student, regardless of the ability, has the opportunity to access appropriate and viable training opportunities. If you are a person with a disability with specific needs that might create a possible barrier to full participation in college activities, we encourage you to share any appropriate information with us.

Please share your needs with us Name: ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Address:_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Telephone Number:_ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Student Identification Number:_ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Location Attending:_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Program:_ _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Brief description of your disability and any disability support needs at the College: _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

The information you provide will be confidential and treated in accordance with the New Brunswick Protection of Personal Information Act.

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2012-2013 Viewbook

Contact Us College Admissions Service New Brunswick Community College 6 Arran Street, Campbellton, NB E3N 1K4 Canada Toll free from Canada, United States and Mexico 1 800 376 5353 Telephone 1 506 789 2404 Fax 1 506 789 2430

Locations Fredericton Miramichi Moncton Saint John St. Andrews Woodstock

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