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Great Plains College
Great Plains College is the leading college of Saskatchewan’s regional college system and focuses on meeting the needs of the learners. The college has its different campuses located in Kindersley, Swift Current, Warman, Biggar, Maple Creek, and Rosetown. The institute offers certificate, diploma, and degree programs for students and also university courses such as skills and safety training, adult primary education, and English language training. Great Plains College is one of the first regional colleges to introduce health and dental plan for the students.
The college also offers scholarship programs to assist students in their financial needs and endeavors to accommodate the apparent needs of the administration. Great Plains College works to build stronger leaders, careers, partnerships, and communities by providing quality education.
Why Study in Great Plains College?
- Great Plains College is home to the only indoor fall protection and rig rescue tower in the province.
- The college offers a six-week Heavy Equipment Operator program that allows you to learn through field projects and state-of-the-art CAT simulation training.
- Every year the college collects institutional performance data through surveys to check the performance of students.
- Great Plains College is the first regional college to offer health and dental coverage to its students.