Assiniboine Community College (ACC) is currently in the process of expanding and relocating to its new North Hill campus in Brandon, Man. The expansion began in 2007 with the opening of the state-of-the-art Manitoba Institute of Culinary Arts, set on a beautiful 5,400-sq.-foot heritage site. Since then, the expansion project saw the construction of the Len Evans Centre for Trades and Technology in 2010, and a sustainable greenhouse in 2013.
ACC offers more than 40 diploma and certificate programs including food and hospitality, agriculture, business and trades and technology, as well as apprenticeship training, continuing studies and English-language training. ACC emphasizes small class sizes and hands-on learning to help make graduates job-ready.
ACC has two satellite campuses, in Dauphin and Winnipeg, and a number of rural training centres. Brandon University offers accommodation to ACC students, with good bus connections to ACC, which is about three kilometres away from the residence.
ACC has agreements in place with a number of high schools in Manitoba, allowing students to receive credit towards their certificates or diplomas. In particular, it has partnerships with two high schools in Manitoba for their students to be eligible for the college’s Comprehensive Health Care Aide (CHCA) program. Students take the 24-week program in addition to their regular courses. They can graduate with both their high school diploma and CHCA certificate.
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