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Fall 2021

Program-specific information

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as public health conditions permit.

Class Schedule

As a new or returning student, you will receive an email from the Registrar’s Office once you are registered, and will have access to your fall timetable through MyACC.


School of Agriculture & Environment

Agribusiness

Program Orientation (New Students)

  • Program orientation will be held on September 3, 2021.
  • More information on program orientation will be forthcoming. Assiniboine will be in contact with students directly via their college email.

Important Dates

  • Year 1 and Year 2 students begin September 7, 2021
  • Observed fall reading week from October 25 to 29, 2021
  • Observed winter reading week from February 28 to March 4, 2022
  • Year 1 and Year 2 classes end April 29, 2022
  • Co-op for Year 1 students is scheduled May 2 to August 19, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students are expected to own or acquire a laptop computer with the specifications detailed on our Technology Requirements webpage and bring on campus when instructed.

Students in this program are required to have smartphones (e.g., iPhone or Android) capable of running GIS applications.

Work Integrated Learning Component

Details of this have yet to be determined.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

PPE requirements will be noted for students on their tools & supplies lists. These can be found on your specific program’s webpage. Tools & supplies lists will be available in early August. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.

Agriculture Advanced Diploma

Program Orientation (New Students)

  • Program orientation will be held on September 3, 2021.
  • More information on program orientation will be forthcoming. Assiniboine will be in contact with students directly via their college email.

Important Dates

  • Students begin September 7, 2021
  • Observed fall reading week from October 25 to 29, 2021
  • Observed winter reading week from February 28 to March 4, 2022
  • Classes end April 29, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students are expected to own or acquire a laptop computer with the specifications detailed on our Technology Requirements webpage and bring on campus when instructed.

Students in this program are required to have smartphones (e.g., iPhone or Android) capable of running GIS applications.

Work Integrated Learning Component

Details of this have yet to be determined.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

PPE requirements will be noted for students on their tools & supplies lists. These can be found on your specific program’s webpage. Tools & supplies lists will be available in early August. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.

Civil Technician

Program Orientation (New Students)

  • Program orientation will be held on September 3, 2021.
  • More information on program orientation will be forthcoming. Assiniboine will be in contact with students directly via their college email.

Important Dates

  • Students begin September 7, 2021
  • Observed fall reading week from October 25 to 29, 2021
  • Observed winter reading week from February 28 to March 4, 2022
  • Classes end April 29, 2022
  • Co-op is scheduled May 2 to August 19, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students are expected to own or acquire a laptop computer with the specifications detailed on our Technology Requirements webpage and bring on campus when instructed.

Work Integrated Learning Component

Details of this have yet to be determined.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

PPE requirements will be noted for students on their tools & supplies lists. These can be found on your specific program’s webpage. Tools & supplies lists will be available in early August. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.

Civil Technology (Municipal Engineering Specialization)

Program Orientation (New Students)

  • Program orientation will be held on November 1, 2021.
  • More information on program orientation will be forthcoming. Assiniboine will be in contact with students directly via their college email.

Important Dates

  • Students begin November 1, 2021
  • Observed winter reading week from February 28 to March 4, 2022
  • Classes end April 29, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students are expected to own or acquire a laptop computer with the specifications detailed on our Technology Requirements webpage and bring on campus when instructed.

Work Integrated Learning Component

Details of this have yet to be determined.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

PPE requirements will be noted for students on their tools & supplies lists. These can be found on your specific program’s webpage. Tools & supplies lists will be available in early August. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.

Communications Engineering Technology

Program Orientation (New Students)

  • Program orientation will be held on September 3, 2021.
  • More information on program orientation will be forthcoming. Assiniboine will be in contact with students directly via their college email.

Important Dates

  • Year 1 and Year 2 students begin September 7, 2021
  • Observed fall reading week from October 25 to 29, 2021
  • Observed winter reading week from February 28 to March 4, 2022
  • Year 1 and Year 2 classes end April 29, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students are expected to have access to a computer at home with internet access for remote learning for the theory portions of their program. Please refer to our Technology Requirements webpage for further details.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

PPE requirements will be noted for students on their tools & supplies lists. These can be found on your specific program’s webpage. Tools & supplies lists will be available in early August. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.

Culinary Arts

Program Orientation (New Students)

  • Program orientation will be open on September 3, 2021.
  • More information on program orientation will be forthcoming. Assiniboine will be in contact with students directly via their college email.

Important Dates

  • Year 1 and Year 2 students begin September 7, 2021
  • Observed fall reading week break from October 25 to 29, 2021
  • Observed winter reading week from February 28 to March 4, 2022
  • Year 1 and Year 2 classes end April 29, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students are expected to own or acquire a laptop computer with the specifications detailed on our Technology Requirements webpage and bring on campus when instructed. Students will need to have a device (e.g., smartphone, camera, tablet) capable of taking photos of food produced at home.

Work Integrated Learning Component

Public events are traditionally a ‘learn by doing’ lab component of this program. All events will follow industry practice as outlined or dependent on public health guidelines.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

PPE requirements will be noted for students on their tools & supplies lists. These can be found on your specific program’s webpage. Tools & supplies lists will be available in early August. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.

Food Processing (Animal Proteins)

Program Orientation (New Students)

  • More information on program orientation will be forthcoming. Assiniboine will be in contact with students directly via their college email.

Important Dates

  • Students continue September 1, 2021
  • Classes end May 13, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students are expected to have access to a computer at home with internet access for remote learning for the theory portions of their program. Please refer to our Technology Requirements webpage for further details.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

PPE requirements will be noted for students on their tools & supplies lists. These can be found on your specific program’s webpage. Tools & supplies lists will be available in early August. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.

Geographic Information Systems

Program Orientation (New Students)

  • Program orientation will be held on September 3, 2021.
  • More information on program orientation will be forthcoming. Assiniboine will be in contact with students directly via their college email.

Important Dates

  • Students begin September 7, 2021
  • Observed fall reading week from October 25 to 29, 2021
  • Observed winter reading week from February 28 to March 4, 2022
  • Classes end April 29, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students are expected to have access to a computer at home with internet access for remote learning for the theory portions of their program. Please refer to our Technology Requirements webpage for further details. On-campus classes will be held within the GIS lab with access to computers.

Students are required to have smartphones (e.g., iPhone or Android) capable of running GIS applications.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

PPE requirements will be noted for students on their tools & supplies lists. These can be found on your specific program’s webpage. Tools & supplies lists will be available in early August. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.

Horticultural Production (September Intake)

Program Orientation (New Students)

  • Program orientation will be open on September 3, 2021.
  • More information on program orientation will be forthcoming. Assiniboine will be in contact with students directly via their college email.

Important Dates

  • Students begin September 7, 2021
  • Observed fall reading week from October 25 to 29, 2021
  • Observed winter reading week from February 28 to March 4, 2022
  • Classes end April 29, 2022
  • Practicum is scheduled for May 2 to 20, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students are expected to own or acquire a laptop computer with the specifications detailed on our Technology Requirements webpage and bring on campus when instructed.

Work Integrated Learning Component

There will be no change to this unless public health determines restrictions that would prevent work integrated learning from occurring in industry.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

PPE requirements will be noted for students on their tools & supplies lists. These can be found on your specific program’s webpage. Tools & supplies lists will be available in early August. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.

Hotel and Restaurant Management

Program Orientation (New Students)

  • Program orientation will be open on September 3, 2021.
  • More information on program orientation will be forthcoming. Assiniboine will be in contact with students directly via their college email.

Important Dates

  • Year 1 and Year 2 students begin September 7, 2021
  • Observed fall reading week from October 25 to 29, 2021
  • Observed winter reading week from February 28 to March 4, 2022
  • Year 1 and Year 2 classes end April 29, 2022
  • Co-op for Year 1 students is scheduled May 2 to August 19, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students are expected to own or acquire a laptop computer with the specifications detailed on our Technology Requirements webpage and bring on campus when instructed.

Work Integrated Learning Component

Public events are traditionally a ‘learn by doing’ lab component of this program. All events will follow industry practice as outlined or dependent on public health guidelines.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

PPE requirements will be noted for students on their tools & supplies lists. These can be found on your specific program’s webpage. Tools & supplies lists will be available in early August. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.

Land & Water Management (Environmental Technologies)

Program Orientation (New Students)

  • Program orientation will be held on September 3, 2021.
  • More information on program orientation will be forthcoming. Assiniboine will be in contact with students directly via their college email.

Important Dates

  • Year 1 and Year 2 students begin September 7, 2021
  • Observed fall reading week from October 25 to 29, 2021
  • Observed winter reading week from February 28 to March 4, 2022
  • Year 1 and Year 2 classes end April 29, 2022
  • Co-op for Year 1 students is scheduled May 2 to August 19, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students are expected to own or acquire a laptop computer with the specifications detailed on our Technology Requirements webpage and bring on campus when instructed. Students are required to have smartphones (e.g., iPhone or Android) capable of running GIS applications.

Work Integrated Learning Component

Details of this have yet to be determined.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

PPE requirements will be noted for students on their tools & supplies lists. These can be found on your specific program’s webpage. Tools & supplies lists will be available in early August. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.

Sustainable Food Systems (September Intake)

Program Orientation (New Students)

  • Program orientation will be open on September 3, 2021.
  • More information on program orientation will be forthcoming. Assiniboine will be in contact with students directly via their college email.

Important Dates

  • Students begin September 7, 2021
  • Observed fall reading week from October 25 to 29, 2021
  • Observed winter reading week from February 28 to March 4, 2022
  • Classes end April 29, 2022
  • Practicum is scheduled for May 2 to 20, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students are expected to own or acquire a laptop computer with the specifications detailed on our Technology Requirements webpage and bring on campus when instructed.

Work Integrated Learning Component

There will be no change to this unless public health determines restrictions that would prevent work integrated learning from occurring in industry.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

PPE requirements will be noted for students on their tools & supplies lists. These can be found on your specific program’s webpage.Tools & supplies lists will be available in early August. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.

School of Business

Business Administration Programs

Program Orientation (New Students)

  • Program orientation will begin online August 31, 2021.
  • More information on program orientation will be forthcoming. Assiniboine will be in contact with students directly via their college email.

Important Dates

  • Year 1 classes begin September 1, 2021
  • Year 2 classes begin September 7, 2021; Brandon and Dauphin
  • Observed fall reading week from October 25 to 29, 2021
  • Observed winter reading week from February 28 to March 4, 2022
  • Year 1 and Year 2 classes end April 29, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students are expected to own or acquire a laptop computer with the specifications detailed on our Technology Requirements webpage and bring on campus when instructed.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

PPE requirements will be noted for students on their tools & supplies lists. These can be found on your specific program’s webpage. Tools & supplies lists will be available in early August. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.

Business Administration - Advanced Diploma Programs

Program Orientation (New Students)

  • Program orientation will begin online August 31, 2021.
  • More information on program orientation will be forthcoming. Assiniboine will be in contact with students directly via their college email.

Important Dates

  • Students begin classes on September 7, 2021
  • Observed fall reading week from October 25 to 29, 2021
  • Observed winter reading week from February 28 to March 4, 2022
  • Programs end April 29, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students are expected to own or acquire a laptop computer with the specifications detailed on our Technology Requirements webpage and bring on campus when instructed.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

PPE requirements will be noted for students on their tools & supplies lists. These can be found on your specific program’s webpage. Tools & supplies lists will be available in early August. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.

Digital Art and Design

Program Orientation (New Students)

  • Program orientation will begin online on August 30, 2021.
  • More information on program orientation will be forthcoming. Assiniboine will be in contact with students directly via their college email.

Important Dates

  • Year 1 students begin September 1, 2021
  • Observed fall reading week from October 25 to 29, 2021
  • Observed winter reading week from February 28 to March 4, 2022
  • Year 1 classes end April 29, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students will be issued a college owned computer. Please refer to our Technology Requirements webpage for further details.

Work Integrated Learning Component

Year 2 students may be advised of an alternative project-based study in spring 2021.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

PPE requirements will be noted for students on their tools & supplies lists. These can be found on your specific program’s webpage. Tools & supplies lists will be available in early August. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.

Interactive Media Arts

Important Dates

  • Year 2 students begin September 7, 2021
  • Observed fall reading week from October 25 to 29, 2021
  • Observed winter reading week from February 28 to March 4, 2022
  • Year 2 classes end April 29, 2022
  • Practicum is scheduled for May 2 to June 24, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students will be issued a college owned computer. Please refer to our Technology Requirements webpage for further details.

Work Integrated Learning Component

Planned practicum for Year 2 students in May/June 2022.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

PPE requirements will be noted for students on their tools & supplies lists. These can be found on your specific program’s webpage. TTools & supplies lists will be available in early August. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.

Media and Communications

Program Orientation (New Students)

  • Program orientation will begin online on August 30, 2021.
  • More information on program orientation will be forthcoming. Assiniboine will be in contact with students directly via their college email.

Important Dates

  • Year 1 students begin September 1, 2021
  • Observed fall reading week from October 25 to 29, 2021
  • Observed winter reading week from February 28 to March 4, 2022
  • Year 1 classes end April 29, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students are expected to have access to a computer at home with internet access for remote learning for the theory portions of their program. Please refer to our Technology Requirements webpage for further details. On-campus classes will be held within the NAT lab with access to computers.

Work Integrated Learning Component

Planned practicum for Year 2 students in May/June 2021.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

PPE requirements will be noted for students on their tools & supplies lists. These can be found on your specific program’s webpage. Tools & supplies lists will be available in early August. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.

Network Administration Technology

Program Orientation (New Students)

  • Program orientation will begin online on August 30, 2021.
  • More information on program orientation will be forthcoming. Assiniboine will be in contact with students directly via their college email.

Term Dates

  • Year 1 students begin September 1, 2021
  • Year 2 students begin September 7, 2021
  • Observed fall reading week from October 25 to 29, 2021
  • Observed winter reading week from February 28 to March 4, 2022
  • Year 1 and Year 2 classes end April 29, 2022
  • Practicum for Year 2 students is scheduled May 2 to June 24, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students are expected to have access to a computer at home with internet access for remote learning for the theory portions of their program. Please refer to our Technology Requirements webpage for further details. On-campus classes will be held within the NAT lab with access to computers.

Work Integrated Learning Component

Planned practicum for Year 2 students in May/June 2022.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

PPE requirements will be noted for students on their tools & supplies lists. These can be found on your specific program’s webpage. Tools & supplies lists will be available in early August. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.

Office Administration Programs

Medical Administration, Legal Administration, Office Management, and Office Skills*

Program Orientation (New Students)

  • Program orientation will begin online on August 30, 2021.
  • More information on program orientation will be forthcoming. Assiniboine will be in contact with students directly via their college email.

Important Dates

  • Year 1 students begin September 1, 2021; Brandon and Dauphin
  • Year 2 students begin September 7, 2021
  • Observed fall reading week from October 25 to 29, 2021
  • Observed winter reading week from February 28 to March 4, 2022
  • Year 1 and Year 2 classes end April 29, 2022
  • Practicum is scheduled May 2 to June 10, 2022. *Practicum is not a requirement of the Office Skills certificate program.

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students are expected to own or acquire a laptop computer with the specifications detailed on our Technology Requirements webpage and bring on campus when instructed.

Work Integrated Learning Component

Planned practicum for Year 2 students in May/June 2022.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

PPE requirements will be noted for students on their tools & supplies lists. These can be found on your specific program’s webpage. Tools & supplies lists will be available in early August. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.

Web and Interactive Development

Program Orientation (New Students)

  • Program orientation will begin online on August 30, 2021.
  • More information on program orientation will be forthcoming. Assiniboine will be in contact with students directly via their college email.

Important Dates

  • Year 1 students begin September 1, 2021
  • Observed fall reading week from October 25 to 29, 2021
  • Observed winter reading week from February 28 to March 4, 2022
  • Year 1 classes end April 29, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students will be issued a college owned computer. Please refer to our Technology Requirements webpage for further details.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

PPE requirements will be noted for students on their tools & supplies lists. These can be found on your specific program’s webpage. Tools & supplies lists will be available in early August. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.

School of Health & Human Services

Early Childhood Education - Brandon

Program Orientation (New Students)

  • Program orientation will be held on September 7, 2021.
  • More information on program orientation will be forthcoming. Assiniboine will be in contact with students directly via their college email.

Important Dates

  • Year 1 students begin September 7, 2021
  • Year 2 students begin September 8, 2022
  • Observed fall reading week from October 25 to 29, 2021
  • Observed winter reading week from February 28 to March 4, 2022
  • Year 1 classes end May 27, 2022
  • Year 2 classes end May 6, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Applied practical skills continue to be an expectation of the program, preparing students with the skills and confidence to work in their field following graduation. Assiniboine works with early childhood centres and the accrediting body Child Care Qualifications and Training Committee (CCQTC) to ensure practical placement requirements for students are met.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students are expected to have access to a computer at home with internet access for remote learning for the theory portions of their program. Please refer to our Technology Requirements webpage for further details.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

PPE requirements will be noted for students on their tools & supplies lists. These can be found on your specific program’s webpage. Tools & supplies lists will be available in early August. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.

Early Childhood Education - Dauphin

Important Dates

  • Year 2 students begin September 8, 2021
  • Observed fall reading week from October 25 to 29, 2021
  • Observed winter reading week from February 28 to March 4, 2022
  • Classes end May 6, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Applied practical skills continue to be an expectation of the program, preparing students with the skills and confidence to work in their field following graduation. Assiniboine works with early childhood centres and the accrediting body Child Care Qualifications and Training Committee (CCQTC) to ensure practical placement requirements for students are met.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students are expected to have access to a computer at home with internet access for remote learning for the theory portions of their program. Please refer to our Technology Requirements webpage for further details.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

PPE requirements will be noted for students on their tools & supplies lists. These can be found on your specific program’s webpage. Tools & supplies lists will be available in early August. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.

Public Safety

Program Orientation (New Students)

  • Program orientation will be held on September 7, 2021
  • More information on program orientation will be forthcoming. Assiniboine will be in contact with students directly via their college email.

Important Dates

  • Students begin September 7, 2021
  • Observed fall reading week from October 25 to 29, 2021
  • Observed winter reading week from February 28 to March 4, 2022
  • Classes end April 29, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students are expected to have access to a computer at home with internet access for remote learning for the theory portions of their program. Please refer to our Technology Requirements webpage for further details.

Community Volunteer Component

There will be no change to this unless public health determines restrictions that would prevent work integrated learning from occurring in industry.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

PPE requirements will be noted for students on their tools & supplies lists. These can be found on your specific program’s webpage. Tools & supplies lists will be available in early August. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.

Social Service Worker

Program Orientation (New Students)

  • Program orientation will be held on September 7, 2021.
  • More information on program orientation will be forthcoming. Assiniboine will be in contact with students directly via their college email.

Important Dates

  • Year 1 and Year 2 students begin September 7, 2021
  • Observed fall reading week from October 25 to 29, 2021
  • Observed winter reading week from February 28 to March 4, 2022
  • Year 1 classes end May 27, 2022
  • Year 2 classes end June 24, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Applied practical skills continue to be an expectation of the program, preparing students with the skills and confidence to work in their field following graduation. Assiniboine works with social service organizations to ensure practical placement requirements for students are met.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students are expected to have access to a computer at home with internet access for remote learning for the theory portions of their program. Please refer to our Technology Requirements webpage for further details.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

PPE requirements will be noted for students on their tools & supplies lists. These can be found on your specific program’s webpage. Tools & supplies lists will be available in early August. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.e.

Mature Student High School

Mature Student High School - Brandon

Program Orientation (New Students)

  • Program orientation: Day Classes: September 8, 2021.
  • Program orientation: Evening Classes: September 7, 2021
  • More information on program orientation will be forthcoming. Assiniboine will be in contact with students directly via their college email.

Important Dates: Day Classes

  • Fall term runs September 8 to December 23, 2021
  • Winter term runs January 5 to April 29, 2022
  • Observed winter reading week from March 28 to April 1, 2022

Important Dates: Evening Classes

  • Fall term runs September 7, 2021 to January 20, 2022
  • Winter term runs January 25 to June 2, 2022
  • Observed winter reading week from March 28 to April 1, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students are expected to have access to a computer at home with internet access for remote learning for the theory portions of their program. If you do not have access to a computer, please contact your Student Success Advisor. Please refer to our Technology Requirements webpage for further details.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

PPE requirements will be noted for students on their tools & supplies lists. These can be found on your specific program’s webpage. Tools & supplies lists will be available in early August. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.

Mature Student High School - Dauphin

Program Orientation (New Students)

  • Program orientation will be held on September 7, 2021
  • More information on program orientation will be forthcoming. Assiniboine will be in contact with students directly via their college email.

Important Dates: Day Classes

  • Fall term runs September 7 to December 17, 2021
  • Winter term runs January 5 to April 29, 2022
  • Spring term runs May 2 to May 27, 2022
  • Observed fall reading week from October 25 to 29, 2021
  • Observed winter reading week from February 28 to March 4, 2022

Important Dates: Evening Classes

  • Fall term runs September 13, 2021 to January 13, 2022
  • Winter term runs January 24 to May 19, 2022
  • Observed winter reading week from March 28 to April 1, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students are expected to have access to a computer at home with internet access for remote learning for the theory portions of their program. If you do not have access to a computer, please contact your Student Success Advisor. Please refer to our Technology Requirements webpage for further details.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

PPE requirements will be noted for students on their tools & supplies lists. These can be found on your specific program’s webpage. Tools & supplies lists will be available in early August. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.

School of Nursing

Practical Nursing - Arborg, Brandon, Dauphin, Winnipeg & Portage la Prairie

Program Orientation (New Students)

  • Program orientation will be held on September 7, 2021
  • More information on program orientation will be forthcoming. Assiniboine will be in contact with students directly via their college email.

Important Dates

  • Year 1 students (Brandon, Dauphin, Winnipeg) begin September 7, 2021
  • Year 2 students (Arborg, Brandon, Portage la Prairie, Winnipeg) begin on September 7, 2021
  • Year 1 classes end June 24, 2022
  • Year 2 classes (September intake) end May 13, 2022
  • Year 2 classes (January intake) end August 19, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students are expected to own or acquire a laptop computer with the specifications detailed on our Technology Requirements webpage and bring on campus when instructed.

Clinical Placements

Clinical education continues to be an expectation of the program, preparing students with the competencies and confidence to work in this field following graduation. Assiniboine works with health authorities and CLPNM to ensure clinical placement requirements for students are met.

Students will receive further details closer to their clinical placement start dates.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

In college lab settings, students are required to supply their own PPE as outlined by the School of Nursing, this includes a fitted N95 mask. In clinical placements, all facilities will be providing students with the necessary PPE. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect whatever the current public health standards are.

Comprehensive Health Care Aide

Program Orientation (New Students)

  • Program orientation will be held on September 7, 2021.
  • More information on program orientation will be forthcoming. Assiniboine will be in contact with students directly via their college email.

Important Dates

  • Students begin September 7, 2021
  • Classes end February 25, 2022
  • Practicum is scheduled November 22 to December 23, 2021 and January 31 to February 25, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students are expected to have access to a computer at home with internet access for remote learning for the theory portions of their program. Please refer to our Technology Requirements webpage for further details.

Clinical Placements

Clinical education continues to be an expectation of the program, preparing students with the skills and confidence to work in this field following graduation. Assiniboine works with health authorities to ensure clinical placement requirements for students are met.

Students will receive further details closer to their clinical placement start dates.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

In college lab settings, students are required to have their own PPE as outlined by the School of Nursing, this includes a fitted N95 mask. In clinical placements, all facilities will be providing students with the necessary PPE. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect whatever the current public health standards are.

School of Trades

Automotive Technician

Program Orientation (New Students)

  • Program orientation will be held on September 1, 2021 @ 8:30 am in the carpentry shop.
  • More information on program orientation will be forthcoming. Assiniboine will be in contact with students directly via their college email.

Important Dates

  • Students begin September 7, 2021
  • Observed winter reading week from February 28 to March 4, 2022
  • Classes end April 29, 2022
  • Practicum is scheduled May 2 to 20, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students are expected to have access to a computer at home with internet access for remote learning for the theory portions of their program. Please refer to our Technology Requirements webpage for further details.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

PPE requirements will be noted for students on their tools & supplies lists. These can be found on your specific program’s webpage. Tools & supplies lists will be available in early August. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.

Carpentry and Woodworking

Program Orientation (New Students)

  • Program orientation will be held on September 1, 2021 @ 10:30 am in the carpentry shop.
  • More information on program orientation will be forthcoming. Assiniboine will be in contact with students directly via their college email.

Important Dates

  • Students begin September 7, 2021
  • Observed winter reading week from February 28 to March 4, 2022
  • Classes end April 29, 2022
  • Practicum is scheduled May 2 to 20, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students are expected to have access to a computer at home with internet access for remote learning for the theory portions of their program. Please refer to our Technology Requirements webpage for further details.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

PPE requirements will be noted for students on their tools & supplies lists. These can be found on your specific program’s webpage. Tools & supplies lists will be available in early August. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.

Construction Electrician

Program Orientation (New Students)

  • Program orientation will be held on September 1, 2021 @ 1:30 pm in the carpentry shop.
  • More information on program orientation will be forthcoming. Assiniboine will be in contact with students directly via their college email.

Important Dates

  • Students begin September 7, 2021
  • Observed winter reading week from February 28 to March 4, 2022
  • Classes end April 29, 2022
  • Practicum 1 is scheduled January 4 to 14, 2022; Practicum 2 is scheduled May 2 to 20, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students are expected to have access to a computer at home with internet access for remote learning for the theory portions of their program. Please refer to our Technology Requirements webpage for further details.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

PPE requirements will be noted for students on their tools & supplies lists. These can be found on your specific program’s webpage. Tools & supplies lists will be available in early August. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.

Heavy Equipment Technician

Program Orientation (New Students)

  • Program orientation will be held on September 2, 2021 @ 10:30 am in the carpentry shop.
  • More information on program orientation will be forthcoming. Assiniboine will be in contact with students directly via their college email.

Important Dates

  • Students begin September 7, 2021
  • Observed winter reading week from February 28 to March 4, 2022
  • Classes end April 29, 2022
  • Practicum is scheduled May 2 to 20, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students are expected to have access to a computer at home with internet access for remote learning for the theory portions of their program. Please refer to our Technology Requirements webpage for further details.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

PPE requirements will be noted for students on their tools & supplies lists. These can be found on your specific program’s webpage. Tools & supplies lists will be available in early August. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.

Industrial Metals Fabrication (Machining Specialization, and Full Program)

Program Orientation (New Students)

  • Program orientation will be held on September 2, 2021 @ 8:30 am in the carpentry shop.
  • More information on program orientation will be forthcoming. Assiniboine will be in contact with students directly via their college email.

Important Dates

  • Students begin September 7, 2021
  • Machining classes end February 25, 2022; practicum is scheduled February 28 to March 18, 2022
  • Welding and Fabrication classes end June 10, 2022; practicum is scheduled June 13 to June 30, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students are expected to have access to a computer at home with internet access for remote learning for the theory portions of their program. Please refer to our Technology Requirements webpage for further details.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

PPE requirements will be noted for students on their tools & supplies lists. These can be found on your specific program’s webpage. Tools & supplies lists will be available in early August. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.

Piping Trades

Program Orientation (New Students)

  • Program orientation will be held on September 2, 2021 @ 1:30 pm in the carpentry shop.
  • More information on program orientation will be forthcoming. Assiniboine will be in contact with students directly via their college email.

Important Dates

  • Students begin September 7, 2021
  • Observed winter reading week from February 28 to March 4, 2022
  • Classes end April 29, 2022
  • Practicum is scheduled May 2 to 20, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students are expected to have access to a computer at home with internet access for remote learning for the theory portions of their program. Please refer to our Technology Requirements webpage for further details.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

PPE requirements will be noted for students on their tools & supplies lists. These can be found on your specific program’s webpage. Tools & supplies lists will be available in early August. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.

Power Engineering

Program Orientation (New Students)

  • Program orientation will be held on September 3, 2021 @ 8:30 am in the carpentry shop.
  • More information on program orientation will be forthcoming. Assiniboine will be in contact with students directly via their college email.

Important Dates

  • Students begin September 7, 2021
  • Observed winter reading week from February 28 to March 4, 2022
  • Classes end April 29, 2022
  • Practicum is scheduled two days a week, for the last six months of the program (November 4, 2021 to April 29, 2022)

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students are expected to have access to a computer at home with internet access for remote learning for the theory portions of their program. Please refer to our Technology Requirements webpage for further details.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

PPE requirements will be noted for students on their tools & supplies lists. These can be found on your specific program’s webpage. Tools & supplies lists will be available in early August. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.

Apprenticeship Trades

Important Dates

  • Vary throughout the academic year beginning August 30, 2021 and ending June 30, 2022

Blended Program Delivery

Learn by Doing continues to be at the heart of how our college approaches education. Our priority continues to be upholding safe campus environments to welcome and support you as a student, keeping you interested in your studies through applied learning.

Programs are designed to have favourable faculty-to-student ratios and small class sizes. This allows us to operate classrooms, shops and labs safely, giving you the hands-on learning opportunities needed to prepare for a future career.

The use of college facilities and equipment continues to be an important aspect of your program. As a student, you should expect and plan to be on campus for portions of your program, with most programs offering a blend of in-person and remote delivery, the balance of which depends upon the changing health environment. It is our intention as a college to move toward the more traditional in-person experience as conditions permit.

Technology Requirements

For this program, students are expected to have access to a computer at home with internet access for remote learning for the theory portions of their program. Please refer to our Technology Requirements webpage for further details.

Safe Work Practice and Personal Protective Equipment Needs

Apprenticeship Manitoba and Assiniboine will note PPE requirements for students. The college’s PPE standards for on campus activities will reflect current public health standards, and program and activity-specific safe work practices. Instructors will provide direction to students on those safe work practices at that time.