Registration is now open for Niagara College Part-Time Studies

You don’t need to be a full-time student to rekindle a passion for learning this fall.

Niagara College Part-Time Studies is offering more than 300 continuing education study options, both in-class and online – from career-based and academic upgrading courses, to professional development seminars, personal interest classes and enjoyable leisure activities.                 

The College’s new Part Time Studies Fall brochure is now available on Niagara College’s website, niagaracollege.ca, and delivery is in progress via Canada Post to residents throughout Niagara.                                                                                                                                                                                

New to discover this fall: Arts and Design offerings, including Metal Etching on Silver, the Japanese Art of Kintsugi, and Stunning Alcohol Ink Creations.

For those interested in updating their resume, the College offers training in MS Outlook (2016) Parts I and II, Corporate Etiquette, Security Guard Training, and the ‘how to’s’ of Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. 

Opportunities to learn a new language without the stress of tests and homework are available, including a course in conversational French or Spanish – Just for Fun! By popular request, advanced level music options have been added, including Blues Harmonica (Intermediate) and Song Writing with Rick Rose. 

In time for the holidays, the College is offering Christmas craft workshops including Christmas Door Wreaths, Christmas Centrepieces, and Professional Bow Making.                                                                                                                       

View the College’s complete course listing online at www.niagaracollege.ca/parttimestudies. Fall term in-class sessions begin the week of September 5 and online course monthly intakes begin September 12. Check the website for complete details.       

Currently celebrating its 50th year as a College of Applied Arts and Technology, NC is a leader in applied education and a key contributor to the economies of Niagara and Ontario. A regional college with global reach, NC offers more than 100 diploma, bachelor degree and advanced level programs. Visit niagaracollege.ca.

 

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Media inquiries, please contact:

 

Julie Greco

Communications specialist

Office: 905-735-2211 x 7368

Cell: 905-328-2532

jgreco@niagaracollege.ca