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Cranbrook Career Colleges and Trade Schools

Cranbrook, British Columbia Career Colleges and Trade Schools in British Columbia, Canada. Information provided includes contact information, description, admissions, tuition fees, financial aid and programs available for each career-based school in Cranbrook.




Academy of Learning - Cranbrook
V1C 1A6 250-489-5888, Cranbrook, British Columbia

The Academy of Learning, a Career and Business College offers career training that prepares students for the workplace immediately. Their presence is global and they have programs that allow students the flexibility to educate themselves in their own time according to their convenience. The Academy of Learning is associated with several prestigious universities and institutions to bring the finest quality education to its students.

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Kootenay School of Hairdressing
V1C 4T6 250-489-1149, Cranbrook, British Columbia

The Kootenay School of Hairdressing offers programs in hairdressing, aesthetics, and nail care that are very well received by the students in Cranbrook, where there is a great demand for professionally trained cosmetologists. Various job opportunities are available, such as in the glamorous fashion world, and the fact that within a few months time they get qualified for a profession that they have an aptitude for makes it a very popular course.

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Sprott-Shaw Community College - Cranbrook
V1C 1A7 250-417-2999, Cranbrook, British Columbia

Sprott-Shaw Community College has been in the education profession since 1903. It is based in British Columbia, Canada, and has campuses at 24 places around western Canada. It also has international branches in India and Jordan. The college offers a variety of courses in business administration, healthcare, trade, tourism, hospitality, digital art, and animation.

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