McMaster, Northern launch new programs to support skills development

Two institutions in Ontario recently announced new programs. McMaster University Continuing Education has announced that it is launching micro-credentials for the Fall term. The 14 micro-credential programs will address workplace gaps across sectors such as business, health, and technology; and will include a program on Microsoft Excel designed with Academica’s Devant team and McGraw-Hill. Northern College has announced the launch of a new Mechanical Operator: Biomass Heating Systems program in partnership with James Bay Aski Ishkotaykan Bio Utility and Commercial Bioenergy Inc. The program will cover the fundamentals of biomass heating technologies, and students will be able to practice their skills using a new boiler system on campus. The program will deliver micro-credentials in topics such as Trade Readiness, Biomass Fuel Manufacturing, and Biomass Operation and Management. McMaster (1)| McMaster (2)| Northern| Timmins Today Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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