Lambton College of Applied Arts and Technology
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The Lambton College of Applied Arts and Technology offers over 69 career training programs leading to undergraduate degrees, diplomas, and certificates from the Schools of Applied Science, Business and Sports Administration, Fire Sciences, Health and Community Services, Liberal Studies, and Technology. The College has 4 bachelor degrees in Adult Education, offered in collaboration with Brock University, in Applied Technology in Environmental Health and Safety, in Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies, and in Science in Nursing. The latter degree is offered in association with St. Clair College and the University of Windsor, and successful candidates will receive their degrees from the latter institution. Additionally, the College provides 9 apprenticeship options and trades programs in Carpentry, Electrical Trade, Machine and Tool Die, and Welding Trade along with contract training for individuals and businesses and continuing education options for adult learners.
Lambton College is renowned for its specialized facilities including the Fire and Emergency Response Training Centre and Canada’s only Industry Fire House. The College ensures that its offerings are relevant to the current state of the economy via associations and partnerships with business, industry, government, and labour.