Aurora College

Aurora College is focused on Student Success and is committed to supporting the development of our Northern society through excellence in education, training and research that is culturally sensitive and responsive to the people we serve. Aurora College offers exciting career opportunities in the fields of Nursing and Health Care, Environment and Natural Resources, Business Administration, and industrial training, just to name a few. We continue to work very closely with Northern industries to develop skilled professionals and we offer apprenticeship and trades training programs that will lead to employment in the fields of plumbing, carpentry, electrical, housing maintenance, heavy equipment, and mining.

Facts and figures

Web http://www.auroracollege.nt.ca
Year Established 1968
Total Number of Staff 252
Number of Academic Staff 139
Number of Students 2000
Focus Areas

School of Arts & Sciences
•Environment and Natural Resources Technology Diploma
•Environmental Monitoring

 School of Business and Leadership
•Business Administration Certificate and Diploma
•Office Administration Certificate and Diploma

 School of Education
•Early Childhood Development Certificate
•Early Learning and Child Care Diploma

•Certificate in Adult Education

School of Health and Human Services
•Bachelor of Science in nursing (affiliated with the University of Victoria)
•Post Graduate Certificate in Remote Nursing
•Personal Support Worker Certificate

School of Trades, Apprenticeship and Industrial Training
•Apprenticeship Programs: Carpenter, Electrical, Heavy Equipment Technician, Housing Maintainer, Plumber/Gasfitter, Oil Heat Systems Technician

•Building Trades Helper

•Camp Cook

•Heavy Equipment Operator

•Observer Communicator Program

•Mining Programs: Mineral Processing Operator, Surface Miner Training,   Underground Miner Training


University of the Arctic

Continuing Education

Developmental Studies / Adult Literacy and Basic Education