College Boreal

Introduction

Thank you for your interest in Collège Boréal!

Since 1995, our institution has been preparing our future leaders, cultural ambassadors and entrepreneurs. Indeed, Collège Boréal works diligently to cultivate the richness and full potential of every one. Our objective is to make your experience with us fulfilling and successful; we aim to provide you with the tools necessary to contribute actively to both the community and the workforce and begin the realisation of all your dreams.

Our 36 centres situated in 27 communities throughout Ontario have allowed Collège Boréal to become a leader in the field of Francophone postsecondary education. Designated under the French Language Services Act, Collège Boréal leads the way in the communities it serves, impacting the social, cultural, and economical landscape. Indeed, our vision of aiming to “foster knowledge and stimulate culture” goes far beyond the classroom.

Quality installations and highly qualified personnel with expertise in both official languages allow Collège Boréal to offer you training and services based on excellence, preparing graduates for international careers.

Our enviable reputation is directly linked to our exceptional results in graduate satisfaction among the 24 colleges in Ontario. We are also proud to know that employers have clearly indicated their trust in Collège Boréal as 96% of them would recommend hiring our graduates.

For all these reasons, we warmly invite you to become a proud member of the “Boréal family” so that you may reach your full potential with us. We can assure you that our vision, mission, passion and traditions truly motivate all of our choices and actions. This commitment is the key to our success, as we get closer to our 20th anniversary!

Thank you for believing in Collège Boréal!

Vision

Recognized for the quality, accessibility, and flexibility of its training and services, Collège Boréal is the first choice among French-language colleges.

Mission

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.

Motto

“ Nourrir le savoir et faire vibrer la culture “

Values

  • Excellence
  • Humanism
  • Inclusion
  • Innovation
  • Respect
This school offers programs in:
  • French (Canada)

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Diploma

Agricultural Technician

Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Canada Sudbury Hearst Kapuskasing New Liskeard Timmins Toronto Windsor Niagara Falls Temiscaming North Bay + 9 more

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. [+]

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. Admission requirements: Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent from another province, or the candidate status or adult candidate 1 French credit: grade 11 or 12 (mandatory group course), pre-college or pre-university You do not have what you need? Refer now to the inside cover Official certifications or certifications offered in the program: Safe Handling of Pesticides (Ontario or Quebec) WHMIS As a result of your program, you're ready for the job market: host and popularizer Technical Advisor crops, animal feed, equipment and machinery and funding scout for pests manager and farm owner inseminator, dairy controller or classifier Representative for crop insurance, for producer organizations technician in agro-environmental clubs, animal science, or in garden centers cowherd As a result of your program, you're ready for the job market: at the university - the college (2 years) is recognized in several Ontario universities (minimum... [-]

Agricultural Techniques

Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Canada Sudbury Hearst Kapuskasing New Liskeard Timmins Toronto Windsor Niagara Falls Temiscaming North Bay + 9 more

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. [+]

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. Conditions of admission : Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent from another province, or the candidate status or adult candidate 1 French credit: grade 11 or 12 (mandatory group course), pre-college or pre-university You not have what you need? Referring now to the inside cover official certificates or certifications offered in the program: safe handling of pesticides (Ontario or Quebec) WHMIS As a result of your program, you're ready for the job market: animator and popularizer Technical Advisor crops, animal feed, equipment and machinery and funding scout for pests manager and farm owner inseminator, dairy controller or classifier Representative for crop insurance, for producer associations technician in agro-environmental clubs, animal science, or in garden centers cowherd As a result of your program, you're ready for the job market: at university - the college (2 years) is recognized in several Ontario universities (minimum 30 credits) *. * For details, go on collegeboreal.ca website and click on the quick... [-]

Architectural Technician

Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Canada Sudbury Hearst Kapuskasing New Liskeard Timmins Toronto Windsor Niagara Falls Temiscaming North Bay + 9 more

This program allows to acquire the necessary professional skills in accordance with accepted practices in architecture to perform the work of Technician in an architectural firm or on site during the construction period. [+]

This program is taught in French, click here for the French Translation of the program This program allows to acquire the necessary professional skills in accordance with accepted practices in architecture to perform the work of Technician in an architectural firm or on site during the construction period. The training is distinguished by the integration of skills in the field of construction by means of workshop projects that support architectural concepts. Thus, the student or the student uses skills gained from visualizing a concept, its design and its manufacturing workshop to verify its integrity. This approach allows to start with a comprehensive and practical approach. Technicians or architectural technicians work in teams under the supervision of architects or consultants to carry documents or drawings for the construction and verify the concept and all changes made during the design period are in good due form and in accordance with different codes. They participate in the on-site monitoring to ensure that the building meets all the documents from the office of architects and consultants. Admission Requirements Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent from another province, or adult candidate status 1 French credit: grade 11 or 12, pre-college or pre-university sector 2 credits of mathematics: 11 or 12, pre-college or pre-university sector Work environment (type of employer): technologists offices, architects or specialist consulting engineers in the building Federal, provincial and municipal Building materials manufacturers construction companies and building inspection Credit building societies shops of building materials computer equipment companies and drawing software manufacturers... [-]

Architecture Techniques

Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Canada Sudbury Hearst Kapuskasing New Liskeard Timmins Toronto Windsor Niagara Falls Temiscaming North Bay + 9 more

This program allows to acquire the necessary professional skills in accordance with accepted practices in architecture to perform the work of Technician in an architectural firm or on site during the construction period. [+]

This program allows to acquire the necessary professional skills in accordance with accepted practices in architecture to perform the work of Technician in an architectural firm or on site during the construction period. The training is distinguished by the integration of skills in the field of construction by means of workshop projects that support architectural concepts. Thus, the student or the student uses skills gained from visualizing a concept, its design and its manufacturing workshop to verify its integrity. This approach allows to start with a comprehensive and practical approach. Technicians or architectural technicians work in teams under the supervision of architects or consultants to carry documents or drawings for the construction and verify the concept and all changes made during the design period are in good due form and in accordance with different codes. They participate in the on-site monitoring to ensure that the building meets all the documents from the office of architects and consultants. CONDITIONS OF ADMISSION Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent from another province, or adult candidate status 1 French credit: grade 11 or 12, pre-college or pre-university sector 2 credits of mathematics: 11 or 12, pre-college or pre-university sector work environment (type of employer): technologists offices, architects or specialist consulting engineers in the building Federal, provincial and municipal governments Building materials manufacturers construction companies and building inspection building credit companies Business Construction Materials computer equipment companies and drawing software materials or structural members manufacturers [-]

Business

Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Canada Sudbury Hearst Kapuskasing New Liskeard Timmins Toronto Windsor Niagara Falls Temiscaming North Bay + 9 more

This program covers the basic principles of marketing, management, and accounting. It is an excellent choice for anyone wanting pursue a career in marketing with small to medium-sized businesses. [+]

This program is taught in French, click here for the French Translation of the program This program covers the basic principles of marketing, management, and accounting. It is an excellent choice for anyone wanting pursue a career in marketing with small to medium-sized businesses. Admission requirements: Ontario high school diploma or its equivalent from another province, or mature student status 2 French credits (at least 1 mandatory group course): grade 11 or 12, pre-college or pre-university 1 mathematics credit: grade 11 or 12, pre-college or pre-university Work environment (type of employer): Banks Management firms Government retailers Manufacturing Service industries Finance companies Credit agencies Graduates will also have acquired the tools they need to start and manage their own business. Possibility of a Bachelor's degree or other title: Many universities recognize the postsecondary credits of Collège Boréal. Each university has its own admission criteria. After your college studies, the university of your choice will examine your credits in order to establish appropriate equivalence. Note: The first year of this program is the same as the first year of the Business Administration - Accounting (Administration des affaires – comptabilité) program. Students who continue their studies in accounting must do their second and third year on the Sudbury campus. Graduates of this program may enroll directly in the third year of the Business Administration– Marketing (Administration des affaires – comptabilité) program on the Sudbury campus. Step 1 CPT1000 ~ Comptabilité I – cycle comptable FRA1005 ~ Français I GES1028 ~ Principes de gestion... [-]

Chemical Techniques - Environmental Aspect

Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Canada Sudbury Hearst Kapuskasing New Liskeard Timmins Toronto Windsor Niagara Falls Temiscaming North Bay + 9 more

Students and students of this program are experimenting, testing and chemical analysis in addition to the sample taken using devices and equipment used in the laboratory of chemistry and the environment. Future technicians and chemistry technicians participate in a practical training camp in the wild and industry tours to deepen their knowledge. [+]

Students and students of this program are experimenting, testing and chemical analysis in addition to the sample taken using devices and equipment used in the laboratory of chemistry and the environment. Future technicians and chemistry technicians participate in a practical training camp in the wild and industry tours to deepen their knowledge. Conditions of admission : high school diploma in Ontario or equivalent from another province, or the candidate status or adult candidate 2 French credits (at least 1 mandatory group course): grade 11 or 12, pre-college or pre-university 1 mathematics credit: grade 12, pre-college or pre-university 1 chemistry credit: grade 11 or 12, pre-college or pre-university Recommended course or other: 1 physics credit: grade 11 or 12, pre-college or pre-university Required profile : A diligent person, autonomous, with strengths in mathematics and good reasoning ability. Note: Graduates of this program have the opportunity to register directly to steps 5 and 6 in Chemical Engineering Technology. work environment (type of employer): Graduates of this program can work in research institutions and several industrial sectors (production, development, quality control, sales and customer service) to the government, private laboratories and consulting firms. Step 1 CHI1000 ~ General Chemistry French FRA1005 ~ I INF1064 ~ Technological Culture ~ I MAT1006 Applied Mathematics PFF1000 ~ Fundamentals of Ecology PHY1000 ~ Physics 2nd step CHI1002 ~ Solution chemistry CHI1003 ~ devices and instruments in chemistry I ~ I ENG1003 English Communications ~ MAT1007 Applied Mathematics II MAT1023 ~ Statistics for technologists CHOICE ~ General education... [-]

Children Education Services

Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Canada Sudbury Hearst Kapuskasing New Liskeard Timmins Toronto Windsor Niagara Falls Temiscaming North Bay + 9 more

This 2-year program is to train educators and early childhood educators who work with children in a variety of early learning contexts. The student or the student acquires the knowledge and skills necessary to work with families and other professionals to support learning and promote the development of children. The focus is on the development of an inclusive curriculum for children from birth to 12 years. [+]

This 2-year program is to train educators and early childhood educators who work with children in a variety of early learning contexts. The student or the student acquires the knowledge and skills necessary to work with families and other professionals to support learning and promote the development of children. The focus is on the development of an inclusive curriculum for children from birth to 12 years. Conditions of admission : Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent from another province, or the candidate status or adult candidate 2 French credits (at least 1 mandatory group course): grade 11 or 12, or college preparation course University Preparation Other requirements (To be admitted to the internship from the 1st stage): standard first aid certificate issued by a recognized organization * First aid certificate in cardiopulmonary resuscitation - Level C * medical record (required by the Ministry of Education and the Public Health Bureau) Current immunizations (including a Mantoux test 2 steps and a medical examination) a criminal record including verification of the ability to work with vulnerable people * Courses in first aid and CPR are offered several times throughout the college by the department of Continuing Education Collège Boréal. Required profile : Educators and early childhood educators need to be skilled with children, have a genuine interest in the development and learning of children, be a team player and have good organizational skills. Ideally, it is dynamic, enthusiastic, patient, honest and with a good sense of humor. Joint: Graduates of this program... [-]

Computer Engineering Technician

Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Canada Sudbury Hearst Kapuskasing New Liskeard Timmins Toronto Windsor Niagara Falls Temiscaming North Bay + 9 more

This program allows the student to choose a specialization in programming or network management. The programming option gives the student a solid grounding in programming and database management. In addition to acquiring training in other branches of computer sciences, such as networking and the material aspect of computers, graduates of this program will gain structured, object-oriented and SQL programming skills. [+]

This program is taught in French, click here for the French Translation of the program This program allows the student to choose a specialization in programming or network management. The programming option gives the student a solid grounding in programming and database management. In addition to acquiring training in other branches of computer sciences, such as networking and the material aspect of computers, graduates of this program will gain structured, object-oriented and SQL programming skills. The student will know how to develop traditional applications as well as Internet applications, such as advanced websites. The student will also be able to create, maintain and interrogate databases. The network management option allows the student to acquire solid training in network and server administration. In addition, training in other computer fields, such as programming and the material aspect of computers, will allow graduates of this program to gain solid competencies in order to install and manage servers and local networks of all sizes. The individual will be able to install security mechanisms on databases and manage stored information. Admission conditions: Ontario high school diploma or the equivalent in another province, or mature student status 2 French credits (at least 1 mandatory group course) grade 11 or 12, pre-college or pre-university 2 mathematics credits: grade 11 or 12, pre-college or pre-university Recommended courses or other: 1 Computer Sciences credit: grade 11 or 12, pre-college or pre-university. Work environment (type of employer): Small, medium and large companies of all types (private, government, teaching establishments, financial... [-]

Computer Engineering Technology

Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Canada Sudbury Hearst Kapuskasing New Liskeard Timmins Toronto Windsor Niagara Falls Temiscaming North Bay + 9 more

This program allows the student or the student to choose a specialization in the areas of programming or network management. The programming option allows to acquire a solid training in the field of programming and management of databases. In addition to training in other branches of computer science, such as networking and computer hardware aspect, the graduate of this program will be structured programming skills, object-oriented and SQL. [+]

This program allows the student or the student to choose a specialization in the areas of programming or network management. The programming option allows to acquire a solid training in the field of programming and management of databases. In addition to training in other branches of computer science, such as networking and computer hardware aspect, the graduate of this program will be structured programming skills, object-oriented and SQL. She will develop traditional applications as well as applications for the Internet, including advanced Web sites. It will also develop, maintain and query databases. The network management option to acquire a solid formation in the administration of networks and servers. In addition to training in other branches of computer science, such as programming and computer hardware aspect, the person graduated from this program will have strong skills in installation and server management and local networks of all sizes. It will also implement security mechanisms of a network and data appearing there. Conditions of admission : Certificate in computer technical support Recommended course or other: 1 credit of Computer Studies: Grade 11 or 12, pre-university / college. Required profile : The candidate or the ideal candidate is a creative and resourceful person who likes to solve problems using structured approaches and is passionate about new technologies; who is ready to accept the challenges of the constantly changing field and new experiences at any time; who can work in teams and with a variety of clients. Notes: Graduates of Computer Engineering Technician program -... [-]

Construction Technician in Mining and Civil Engineering

Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Canada Sudbury Hearst Kapuskasing New Liskeard Timmins Toronto Windsor Niagara Falls Temiscaming North Bay + 9 more

This program prepares the student to work as a civil engineering technician or mining engineer. The program covers diverse functions relating to the exploitation and extraction of minerals (in mines), the development an underground or open-pit mine, and the design and construction of public works (buildings, road systems, ducts or dams). Theoretical notions are applied and tested in laboratory classes. [+]

This program is taught in French, click here for the French Translation of the program This program prepares the student to work as a civil engineering technician or mining engineer. The program covers diverse functions relating to the exploitation and extraction of minerals (in mines), the development an underground or open-pit mine, and the design and construction of public works (buildings, road systems, ducts or dams). Theoretical notions are applied and tested in laboratory classes. Admission requirements: Ontario high school diploma or its equivalent from another province, or mature student status 1 French credit: grade 11 or 12, pre-college or pre-university 2 mathematics credits: grade 11 or 12, pre-college or pre-university Work environment (type of employer): Public works industry (construction, inspection, concrete industry, land surveying) Mining industry (underground or open-pit) Consulting engineering firm Possibility of a bachelor’s degree or other title: Many universities recognize the postsecondary credits of Collège Boréal. Each university has its own admission criteria. After your college studies, the university of your choice will examine your credits in order to establish appropriate equivalence. Candidate profile: Aptitude for mathematic and physics Written and spoken French and English Ability to work in a team, organized, attentive to detail Flexibility and openness Good interpersonal skills Note: Graduates of this program may enroll directly in the 3rd year specialization in Construction Technician in Civil and Mining Engineering (Technologie du génie de construction – civil et minier) All of our programs are offered in French. Taking into account the realities of the... [-]

Early Childhood Education

Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Canada Sudbury Hearst Kapuskasing New Liskeard Timmins Toronto Windsor Niagara Falls Temiscaming North Bay + 9 more

Through theory courses, laboratories, and workplace internships, this program trains educators to work with children (from newborns to age 12), primarily in daycare settings or other childcare facilities. The student is also introduced to the requirements of work with preschoolers with special needs and children ages 6 to 12 in extracurricular programs. [+]

This program is taught in French, click here for the French Translation of the program Through theory courses, laboratories, and workplace internships, this program trains educators to work with children (from newborns to age 12), primarily in daycare settings or other childcare facilities. The student is also introduced to the requirements of work with preschoolers with special needs and children ages 6 to 12 in extracurricular programs. Admission requirements: Ontario high school diploma or its equivalent from another province, or mature student status 2 French credits (at least 1 mandatory group course) : grade 11 or 12, pre-college or pre-university Other requirements: Pre-requisites for internships and volunteer work: First aid certificate* Basic first aid certificate in cardiopulmonary resuscitation CPR Current immunizations (including a two-phase tuberculin test and vaccination against hepatitis B) Medical examination and criminal record check *First aid and CPR courses are offered several times throughout the session by the Adult and Continuing Education department of Collège Boréal. Work environment (type of employer): Daycare centres Home daycare facilities Toy-lending libraries Recreational programs Education system (help for primary college students) Baby stimulation programs Hospital playrooms Cultural activities moderation Drop-in daycare Resource centres for parents and children Precollege program sponsored by the Minister of Community, Family and Children’s Services Consultation work for government or municipal agencies Possibility of a bachelor’s degree or other title: Many universities recognize the postsecondary credits of Collège Boréal. Each university has its own admission criteria. After your college studies, the university of your choice will evaluate... [-]

Environmental Chemistry Technician

Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Canada Sudbury Hearst Kapuskasing New Liskeard Timmins Toronto Windsor Niagara Falls Temiscaming North Bay + 9 more

In this program, the student conducts chemical experiments, tests, and analyses using devices and equipments that are commonly employed in the fields of in chemical engineering, research, and industrial chemistry. Aspiring chemical technicians become specialists in instrumentation through research projects and company internships. [+]

This program is taught in French, click here for the French Translation of the program In this program, the student conducts chemical experiments, tests, and analyses using devices and equipments that are commonly employed in the fields of in chemical engineering, research, and industrial chemistry. Aspiring chemical technicians become specialists in instrumentation through research projects and company internships. Admission requirements: Ontario high school diploma or its equivalent from another province, or mature student status 2 French credits (at least 1 mandatory group course): grade 11 or 12, pre-college or pre-university 1 mathematics credit: grade 12, pre-college or pre-university 1 chemistry credit: grade 12, pre-college or pre-university Recommended course or other: 1 physics credit: grade 11 or 12, pre-college or pre-university Work environment (type of employer): Graduates of this program can work for research firms and in many industrial sectors (production, development, quality control, sales and customer service), for the government, private laboratories, and consulting firms. Possibility of a bachelor’s degree or other title: Many universities recognize the postsecondary credits of Collège Boréal. Each university has its own admission criteria. After your college studies, the university of your choice will examine your credits in order to establish appropriate equivalence. Candidate profile: Diligent, autonomous strong in maths, good reasoning skills. Note: Graduates of this program can enroll directly in the third-year specialization Chemical Engineering Technologist program. Students have the opportunity to work on research projects for the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources during the program and after they have obtained their diploma... [-]

Mechanical Engineering Technician

Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Canada Sudbury Timmins Hearst Kapuskasing New Liskeard Toronto Windsor Niagara Falls Temiscaming North Bay + 9 more

This program follows the standards established by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities for basic levels 1, intermediate 2, and advanced 3 for the job of industrial millwright. The program covers the general concepts required for this field: safety, mathematics, AutoCAD, measuring instruments, lubricants, welding, electricity, bearings, pumps, compressors, rigging and hydraulics. Furthermore, international competition by Canadian companies has introduced to the industry a range of specialized processes, such as computer-assisted laser alignment, programmable automatons, and vibration analysis. Practical internships allow students to implement the learning and skills they have acquired in the course throughout the year. [+]

This program is taught in French, click here for the French Translation of the program This program follows the standards established by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities for basic levels 1, intermediate 2, and advanced 3 for the job of industrial millwright. The program covers the general concepts required for this field: safety, mathematics, AutoCAD, measuring instruments, lubricants, welding, electricity, bearings, pumps, compressors, rigging and hydraulics. Furthermore, international competition by Canadian companies has introduced to the industry a range of specialized processes, such as computer-assisted laser alignment, programmable automatons, and vibration analysis. Practical internships allow students to implement the learning and skills they have acquired in the course throughout the year. Graduates of this program have the knowledge and abilities required to maintain, troubleshoot, and repair all types of mechanical materials, hydraulic systems, conveyors, pumps, compressors, material handling systems and drive systems. Admission requirements: Ontario high school diploma or its equivalent in another province, or mature student status 1 French credit (mandatory group course): grade 11 or 12, pre-college or pre-university 1 mathematics credit : grade 11 or 12, pre-college or pre-university Recommended course or other: 1 English credit: grade 11, pre-college or pre-university Work environment (type of employer): Forestry company Mining company Manufacturing company Service industry Note: All of our programs are offered in French. Taking into account the realities of the job market, Collège Boréal prepares its students to work in both official languages. Your program could include English texts and documents and the possibility of... [-]

Technical Business Administration

Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Canada Sudbury Hearst Kapuskasing New Liskeard Timmins Toronto Windsor Niagara Falls Temiscaming North Bay + 9 more

The program, which focuses on the basic principles of marketing, management and accounting, provides excellent training for those who seek a career in the world of small business. [+]

The program, which focuses on the basic principles of marketing, management and accounting, provides excellent training for those who seek a career in the world of small business. Conditions of admission : high school in Ontario (or equivalent from another province, or the status of candidate or candidate Adult) 2 French credits (at least 1 mandatory group course): grade 11 or 12, pre-college or pre-university 1 mathematics credit: grade 11 or 12, pre-college or pre-university articulation: Graduates of this program may, under certain conditions, to continue their studies at university level and receive transfer credits for their college education. Note: The first two steps are common with the first two steps of the Administration Program Business - Accounting. The student or students pursuing their studies in the field of accounting must follow steps 3-6 in Sudbury. work environment (type of employer): banks management companies governments retailers finance companies credit bureaus industries (manufacturers, manufacturing and services) The Graduates will also have the tools to create and manage their own business. Step 1 CPT1000 ~ Accounting I - Accounting Cycle French FRA1005 ~ I GES1028 ~ Management Principles INF1072 ~ Computer Applications in Business MAT1028 Mathematics commercial ~ MKT1000 ~ Marketing basics CHOICE ~ General education choice 2nd step COM1008 ~ Bilingual Marketing Communications CPT1001 ~ Accounting II - commercial enterprise DRO1000 ~ Business Law GES1015 ~ Financial Mathematics GES1021 ~ eBusiness ~ INF1073 Applications and new technologies in business MKT1001 ~ Marketing of Products and Services step 3 COM1009 ~ Microeconomics... [-]

Technical Construction Engineering (civil And Mining)

Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Canada Sudbury Hearst Kapuskasing New Liskeard Timmins Toronto Windsor Niagara Falls Temiscaming North Bay + 9 more

This program aims to prepare the student or the student to work in the field of technical civil engineering and mining engineering. It deals with various functions related to the operation and extraction of mineralized rock (in the mines), the development of an underground mine or open pit as well as the design and construction of works public works (buildings, road systems, dams or pipes). The laboratories allow to apply the concepts and theories taught. [+]

This program aims to prepare the student or the student to work in the field of technical civil engineering and mining engineering. It deals with various functions related to the operation and extraction of mineralized rock (in the mines), the development of an underground mine or open pit as well as the design and construction of works public works (buildings, road systems, dams or pipes). The laboratories allow to apply the concepts and theories taught. Conditions of admission : Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent from another province, or the candidate status or adult candidate 1 French credit mandatory group of 11 or 12, pre-college or pre-university 2 credits of mathematics: 11 or 12, pre-college or pre-university Required profile : skills in mathematics and physics skills in oral and written communication in French and English ability to work in team organizational skills and attention to detail flexibility and openness good interpersonal skills Notes: The student or the student will benefit from a closely related education to the working world through the access and through scenarios in underground mining sites, according to health and safety standards that exist in the 'industry. Graduates of this program have the opportunity to enroll directly in steps 5 and 6 of specialization in construction engineering technology - mining and civil. All courses are offered in French. Given the realities of the labor market, Collège Boréal prepares the student or the student to work in both official languages. This curriculum might include manuals or documentation in... [-]

Technical Mechanical Engineering - Industrial Mechanic Millwright (millwright)

Campus or Online Full time 2 years September 2017 Canada Sudbury Timmins Hearst Kapuskasing New Liskeard Toronto Windsor Niagara Falls Temiscaming North Bay + 9 more

This program follows the standards set by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities for steps 1 basic, 2 intermediate and advanced industrial mechanic 3-editor of trade or industrial millwright. In addition to general knowledge required (that is to say, safety, mathematics, AutoCAD, measuring instruments, lubricants, welding, electrical, bearings, pumps, compressors, rigging, hydraulic), global competition that Canadian companies are introducing in the trade a range of specialized processes such as laser alignment assisted by computer, the programmable logic controller (PLC) and vibration analysis. [+]

This program follows the standards set by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities for steps 1 basic, 2 intermediate and advanced industrial mechanic 3-editor of trade or industrial millwright. In addition to general knowledge required (that is to say, safety, mathematics, AutoCAD, measuring instruments, lubricants, welding, electrical, bearings, pumps, compressors, rigging, hydraulic), global competition that Canadian companies are introducing in the trade a range of specialized processes such as laser alignment assisted by computer, the programmable logic controller (PLC) and vibration analysis. Businesses courses allow the student or the student to put into practice the knowledge and skills acquired during the year. Graduates of this program have the knowledge and skills to maintain, troubleshoot and repair all types of mechanical equipment: hydraulics, conveyors, pumps, compressors, material handling systems and drive systems. Conditions of admission : Certificate in Practical mechanics Recommended course: 1 credit - English: 11th, pre-college or pre-university Notes: All courses are offered in French. Given the realities of the labor market, Collège Boréal prepares the student or the student to work in both official languages. This curriculum might include manuals or documentation in English, or even the possibility of an internship in an environment where bilingualism is required. Possibility of a Diploma Apprenticeship Program (Co-op) in this area. work environment (type of employer): forestry companies mining companies manufacturing companies Service Industry Step 1 INF1064 - Technological Culture MAT1026 - Mathematics for business 1 MEC1012 - Mechanics I MEC1013 - Machining I MMI1016 - Industrial Safety and Rigging... [-]