Great Plains College is pleased to announce that it will host a series of six online interactive webinars that will serve as an opportunity for prospective students to learn more about the program and course offerings that the college offers across its campuses. The webinars will begin on September 23 and will continue until the beginning of December, with each webinar providing a different focus of information.
The live videoconference sessions will be hosted by a variety of Great Plains College staff including members of the recruitment team, program coordinators and student advisers. They will be available to anyone interested in finding out more about the college’s programs and courses, application processes, scholarship opportunities and specific college locations.
The sessions will last approximately 45 minutes and will include the opportunity for an interactive question and answer period. Every webinar session will offer participants an opportunity to win a $100 or $50 gift card from a business/shop of their choice.
“We look forward to the webinars as another opportunity to support our prospective students in planning for their post-secondary education and other learning opportunities,” commented Eric Taseera Lwanga, recruitment coordinator. “Due to the challenges created by COVID-19 and the inability to speak in person to students at career fairs or provide on-campus tours, these sessions will serve as a great chance for students and parents to take advantage of real-time conversations with our coordinators and advisers. Great Plains has so much to offer to students and the webinars will serve as another opportunity for them to make well-informed decisions about their educational future.”
Webinars will be held on September 23 (Maple Creek Program Centre profile), October 6 (Kindersley Campus and Rosetown Program Centre profiles), October 20 (Biggar Program Centre profile), November 2 (Swift Current Campus profile), November 17 (Martensville Program Centre profile) and December 2 (Warman Campus profile). These college locations offer a variety of post-secondary certificate, diploma and degree programs and courses that target the educational sectors of business and administration, health care and humanities, trades and power engineering and university courses.
Registrations for each session must be completed in advance and can be done by visiting greatplainscollege.ca/events. An email with the access instructions for each webinar will be forwarded after the registration has been completed.
Individuals requesting more information about the webinars can do so by contacting recruitment coordinator Eric Taseera Lwanga via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling him at 306-816-0009.
Additional information on Great Plains College’s program and course offerings, scholarship program, application process and much more can be found by visiting greatplainscollege.ca.
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