FAQs

We’re delighted to connect with you and answer any questions you may have about our institution.

At CanNorth, we are committed to providing an exceptional educational experience for all of our students. Whether you’re a prospective student, parent, alumni, or community member, we’re here to help you in any way we can.

If you have any questions about our programs, admissions process, or campus life, our Admissions team is here to help. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff are available to answer your questions, provide information about our courses and programs, and guide you through the application process.

CanNorth is a leading educational institution that offers various vocational and technical programs to students. The programs are designed to provide students with practical and hands-on experience, along with theoretical knowledge, to help them succeed in their chosen fields.

CanNorth offers a variety of programs, including Computerized Accounting and Payroll Diploma Program, Hospitality Operation Diploma Program, Community Service Worker Diploma Program, and many more. To learn more about the programs offered at CanNorth, please visit our website.

The admission requirements for CanNorth programs vary based on the program. Generally, students are required to have a high school diploma or equivalent, and meet the minimum age requirement of 18 years. For more specific admission requirements, please visit the program page on our website or talk to one of our counselors.

The duration of the programs offered at CanNorth varies based on the program. Some programs may last for 43 weeks, while others may last for 55 weeks. The total hours of each program also vary, with some programs offering as many as 1040 hours of study.

Flexibility is a top priority for our busy students. Our programs are available in online, offline, and hybrid formats, so students can choose the mode of delivery that suits their lifestyle best. Plus, some programs include practical internships for hands-on experience. Our goal is to prepare students for success, no matter how they choose to learn.

The mode of delivery for CanNorth programs varies based on the program. Some programs may be delivered in a traditional classroom setting, while others may be delivered online or in a blended format. Some programs also offer practical internships to provide students with hands-on experience in their chosen field.

The employment opportunities after completing a CanNorth program vary based on the program. Some graduates may find employment in accounting, payroll, hospitality, or community services, while others may start their own businesses. The wage range also varies based on the field and the location.

The fees for CanNorth programs vary based on the program. To learn more about the fees for a specific program, please visit the program page on our website or contact us for more information.

Financial aid options vary based on the student’s circumstances. CanNorth offers a variety of financial aid options, including student loans, grants, and scholarships. To learn more about the financial aid options available, please visit our website or contact us for more information.

To apply for a CanNorth program, you can visit our website and fill out the online application form. Alternatively, you can contact us to request a paper application form.

Yes, CanNorth is accredited by the relevant educational and professional organizations in Canada. We’re proud to be a registered private career college with the Ontario Ministry of Colleges and Universities, holding accreditation from several esteemed organizations, including the DLI, NACC, and CCO. Our programs are designed to meet the highest standards of quality and meet the requirements set by these organizations.