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  • 1. WHERE AM I GOINGTO SCHOOL?Vermilion, AB Population 4046
  • 2. WHERE AM I GOINGTO SCHOOL?Lloydminster, AB/SK Population 24,028 Canada’s only Border City
  • 3. How We Differ,Unique learning opportunities –out of the regular classroom settingClasses that will allow you to interactwith your instructorsPeople-centered environmentProvide education excellence Live the Learning!
  • 4. STUDY IN VERMILION;• Agriculture Sciences• Environmental Sciences• Fire and Emergency Training• Human Services• Interior Design Technology• Trades and Technology
  • 5. STUDY IN LLOYDMINSTER;• Academic Upgrading• Business• Health & Wellness• Heavy Oil Operations Technician• Pre-professional Studies• University Transfer
  • 6. PROGRAMS AT VERMILION
  • 7. One year CertificatesGeneral Agriculture• Ag field man, Livestock facility operator, Agriculture sales repVeterinary Medical Assistant• Animal shelters, Veterinary ClinicWestern Ranch & Cow Horse• Ranch hands, Horse trainers, Pen hand riders at feedlots Agriculture Sciences
  • 8. Two year DiplomasAgribusiness• Ag lender, sales reps for herbicide, grain, feed or equipment companies, manager of Ag agenciesAnimal Health Technology• Veterinary assistant, research facilities, pharmaceutical repAnimal Science Technology• Labourers & managers in feedlots, dairy or other livestock operations, sales reps for feed and pharmaceutical companiesCrop Technology• Grain producers, agronomists, fertilizer & chemical reps Agriculture Sciences
  • 9. Office Administration• Receptionists, Office assistants, Administrative assistants, Executive assistants, Personal assistants, Secretary’s in private companies, business, government and non- profit organizations Business
  • 10. Two year DiplomasConservation & Restoration Ecology• Habitat restoration, wetland management and species-at-risk recovery to land reclamation, plant inventory work, site assessmentEnvironmental Conservation &Reclamation• Reclamation technologists, environmental consultants, government inspectorsEnvironmental Monitoring & Protection• Water, land, and air quality compliance officers, technicians or specialists, environmental inspectorsWildlife & Fisheries Conservation• Wildlife and fisheries technician or biologist, industry regulatory specialist, watershed or habitat manager Environmental Sciences
  • 11. Renewable Energy andConservation Certificate - Online• Operator of a building or building’s renewable energy system; installer/repairer of solar, geothermal, wind energy systems for homes and small commercial projectsBachelor of Applied Science:Environmental Management• Industry, government and agencies related to Oil & gas, Mining, Pulp & paper, Forestry & wildlife, Agriculture Environmental Sciences
  • 12. Firefighter Training• A municipal or industrial firefighter, work in loss preventionEmergency Services Technology• Firefighter/emergency medical technician, pre-hospital emergency care provider, or entry level municipal or industrial firefighter Fire & Emergency Training
  • 13. Emergency Medical Technician• Rural and urban emergency services departments, hospital emergency departments, private settings such as oil and gas industry job sitesParamedic• Rural and urban emergency services, private settings such as industrial and construction sites/complexes Fire & Emergency Training
  • 14. One year CertificatesAmerican Sign Language &Deaf Culture Studies• Jobs interpreting as community support worker, child and youth care workerEarly Learning & Child Care• Child care attendants, playschool teachers, child care centre directorsEducational Assistant• Assistant in preschools, secondary schools, early intervention programs Human Services
  • 15. Two year DiplomasChild & Youth Care• Addiction support agencies and programs, School-based programs, Day treatment programs, Family outreach programs, Youth justice programsEarly Learning & Child Care• Child care attendants, Family day home providers, Child care centre directors, Licensing officers, Early intervention program aides,Sign Language Interpretation• Work in Business and office settings, Educational facilities (kindergarten to grade 12 and post-secondary), Legal settings, Government agencies Human Services
  • 16. Two year Diploma• Work in Architectural firms, Design firms, Developers, Home builders, Kitchen industry firms, Residential firms Interior Design
  • 17. ApprenticeshipAutomotive Service Technician• Automotive repair shops, Specialty repair shops, service facilities, car and truck dealershipsCarpenter• members of a residential or industrial, construction contracting crew, self- employed carpenters, construction or maintenance workers for government agencies, utility companies or manufacturing firmsElectrician• Residential construction sites, Commercial construction sites, Institutional sites, Industrial plants and factories Trades & Technology
  • 18. Heavy Equipment Technician• Specialized repair shops, Industrial heavy equipment lease companies, Work in organizations that own or lease the heavy equipment used in construction, mining, forestry, material handling, landscaping, land clearing, agriculture and transportation industriesInstrumentation Technician• pulp and paper processing, Hydro power generation, Mining, Petrochemical and natural gas industrial and commercial manufacturing, Industrial construction, Industrial instrument servicing Trades & Technology
  • 19. Parts Technician• Stock or receiving departments, Service departments, Wholesale and retail businesses, Warehouse distributors, Sales representativesSteamfitter-Pipefitter• Pipeline construction, Thermal or steam generating plants, Manufacturers, Utility companies, Oil refineries, Gas plants, Pulp mills, Chemical plantsWelder• Vessel or structural steel assembly sites, Pipeline construction sites,, Industrial construction sites, Steel fabrication companies, Self-owned contractor service companies Trades & Technology
  • 20. Pre-employment Trades• Automotive Service Technician• Carpenter• Electrician• Heavy Equipment Technician• Instrumentation Technician• Steamfitter-Pipefitter• Welder Pre-employment programs prepare you with the skills and information necessary to become an apprentice Trades & Technology
  • 21. PROGRAMS AT LLOYDMINSTER
  • 22. • Whether you didnt complete high school or want to improve your grades to take a post-secondary course, Lakeland College has high school credit courses in English, math, sciences, computers and social studies Check out the website for courses offered Academic Upgrading
  • 23. One year CertificatesAccounting Technician• Work in large companies and public practice firms in specialized to broad accounting areas, such as accounting technician, accounts receivable/accounts payable clerk and payroll clerkBusiness Administration• Variety of entry level jobs within the business environment Business
  • 24. Event Management• Non-profit organizations, Civic festivals and sporting events, Marketing and retail industries, Hotels and resorts(sales, catering, convention services), Convention and conference centres, Consulting businesses, Your own event planning business (weddings, social events, décor). Business
  • 25. Two year DiplomasAccounting Major• accounting firms government, Financial institutions, Banks, Manufacturing and merchandising industries, Service organizations, Not-for-profit organizations, Entrepreneurial operationsAppraisal and Assessment Major• work with business, government and non- profit organizations as Data collectors, Assessment Technicians, Property Assessors, Assessment Valuators, Policy Writers, Tax Appeal Agents Business
  • 26. Marketing Major• Marketing Research Assistant, Advertising and Promotions Coordinator, Customer Service Representative, Sales Representative, Public Relations AssistantSmall Business & EntrepreneurshipMajor• Start and operate new business ventures, Work as managers in small businesses Business
  • 27. Four year Bachelor DegreesCommerce• Banking, credit, and investment, Sales, marketing, and advertising, Government, Business development, Research and consultation, Public RelationsMarketing• Human Resources, Government, Business development, Sales, marketing, and advertising, Purchasing, Assessment Business
  • 28. One year CertificateEsthetician• Heath Spa estheticians, Resort and Cruise Line estheticians, Medi-spa estheticians, Makeup artists, Entrepreneur and business owners, Product marketing representatives, Retail sales representativesTwo year DiplomaPractical Nurse• Continuing care facilities, Community care agencies, Occupational health departments in large organizations, Primary care clinics and physician offices, Schools, Group homes, Health authorities Health & Wellness
  • 29. • Hair stylist in salons or spas, Resort and Cruise Line hairstylists, Entrepreneurs and business owners, Product marketing representatives, Retail sales representatives Hairstylist
  • 30. • Field operators in the oil industry, Fourth Class Power Engineer [after Alberta Boiler Safety Association (ABSA) certification] in heating plants, industrial power plants or pulp mills. Heavy Oil Operations Technician
  • 31. Pre-dentistryPre-medicinePre-pharmacyPre-veterinary medicineSpend one or two years of what isknown as pre-professional years ofstudy at Lakeland College beforetransferring to complete yourdegree Pre-Professional Programs
  • 32. • Bachelor of Arts• Bachelor of Commerce• Bachelor of Education (Elementary)• Bachelor of Education (Secondary)• Bachelor of Science• Bachelor of Science (Human Ecology) University Transfer
  • 33. In 2010 – 2011 academic year, Lakeland Collegeawarded $653,335 to 726 students in the way ofawards, scholarships and bursaries Great Marks = Great Savings If you apply for Educational Assistant, Agribusiness, a Business, an Environmental Science or a University Transfer program, and have a GPA of 85% or higher you can receive a $1,500 to $3,500 scholarship Financial Aid & Awards
  • 34. Lakeland Rustlers compete in: Basketball Curling Futsal Rodeo Rowing Soccer Volleyball Athletics
  • 35. Be apart of:Ag Tour ClubChristian FriendsEnvironmental ClubFirst Nations ClubRec Hockey TeamJudging TeamLakeland PlayersRodeo ClubRowing TeamScuba ClubStock Dog Club Clubs
  • 36. Vermilion $1680 - $2210 for 4 monthsResidence
  • 37. Lloydminster $1870 - $2210 for 4 monthsResidence
  • 38. When to Apply• First day of grade 12How are applications processed• First Qualified, First Accepted Except • Emergency Service Technician • HOOT • Interior Design • Practical Nursing • Animal Health TechnologyApply online at www.applyalberta.ca Applying
  • 39. Check us out online
  • 40. Find out how much a year of study is going to cost you at Lakeland College • Includes tuition, residence, food and entertainment costs Check it out on our websiteFee Calculator
  • 41. Human Services March 5, Vermilion Campus Enviro-Citing March 9, Vermilion Campus Academic Upgrading March 15, Lloydminster Campus Ag-Citing March 16, Vermilion Campus Find out more about your program of interest, take a campus tour, sit in on classes and talk to staff and studentsLloydminster Campus Mini Open House March 13 • starts at 6:30pm with a general Lakeland College session, followed at 7pm with program specific sessionshttp://www.lakelandcollege.ca/admissions/info-sessions-orientations/ Information Sessions
  • 42. Tour the campus orBe a Student for the Day• Sit in on classes, meet with current students & faculty, find out if this is the program you want to takeGet Paid to Tour• Travel from as close as 101kms away and get $140 - $600 off your tuitionEveryone who tours gets their namein for one of two $1000 tuitioncredit draws Come for a Visit
  • 43. SarahJayne Stoop Phone: 1-800-661-6490 ext 8789 Cell: 780-853-3810E-mail: sarahjayne.stoop@lakelandcollege.ca Lakeland College Phone: 1-800-661-6490 E-mail: recruitment@lakelandcollege.ca Contact Us!