Agricultural Technician

General

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Program Description

This program is taught in French, click here for the French Translation of the program

Agriculture is a vital sector of the Canadian economy. Those who choose a career in agriculture made a choice that will affect the regional and global power.

The Agricultural Technology program offers basic training in agriculture and farm business management, according to new industry trends and the different methods of governance of a farm.

Two profiles are available to students: profile animal and plant profile. The person graduated from this program acquired through this training the skills to adapt to the many technological, social and economic changes in agriculture and para-agricultural sector today.

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  • Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent from another province, or the candidate status or adult candidate li>

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  • 1 French credit: grade 11 or 12 (mandatory group course), pre-college or pre-university li>
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    Official certifications or certifications offered in the program: h2>

    • Safe Handling of Pesticides (Ontario or Quebec) li>
    • WHMIS li> Ul>

      As a result of your program, you're ready for the job market: h2>

      • host and popularizer li>
      • Technical Advisor crops, animal feed, equipment and machinery and funding li>
      • scout for pests li>
      • manager and farm owner li>
      • inseminator, dairy controller or classifier li>
      • Representative for crop insurance, for producer organizations li>
      • technician in agro-environmental clubs, animal science, or in garden centers li>
      • cowherd li> Ul>

        As a result of your program, you're ready for the job market: h2>

        • at the university - the college (2 years) is recognized in several Ontario universities (minimum 30 credits) * li>. Ul> * For details, go on collegeboreal.ca website and click on the quick link. - Credit transfer and joints em>

          Cost & Fees

          Tuition fees (approx.): Strong> $ 4661.14 (steps 1 and 2) Other costs (approx. Certificates, outings, etc.): strong> $ 900
Last updated December 2017

About the School

Recognized for the quality, accessibility, and flexibility of its training and services, Collège Boréal is the first choice among French-language colleges. Collège Boréal provides a high calibre perso ... Read More

Recognized for the quality, accessibility, and flexibility of its training and services, Collège Boréal is the first choice among French-language colleges. Collège Boréal provides a high calibre personalised education to a diverse clientele and practices leadership to foster the sustainable development of Ontario’s Francophone community. Read less
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