Canadian Business College and Saskatchewan Polytechnic partnership brings Parts & Warehouse Management to Ontarians for study online
June 28, 2021 - Canadian Business College (CBC) and Saskatchewan Polytechnic are working together to bring the Parts & Warehouse Management diploma program to the Ontario education market. The program will be delivered online and will give students the opportunity to benefit from an instructor-led learning environment while also rewarding students who take a self-directed approach to their learning.
“We are very excited to join forces with Sask Polytech to bring this program to the Ontario market,” says Dean Tremain, vice-president of Recruitment for CBC. “This program provides a comprehensive foundation for anyone looking to get into high demand jobs across Ontario in parts and service roles within automotive, recreation, marine, manufacturing, agricultural or one of the many other industries that use warehousing and/or parts management daily. The program is delivered completely online, allowing anyone in the province to study remotely and earn a diploma that gets them one step closer to a rewarding career!”
This collaboration enables students from across Ontario to earn a diploma in Parts & Warehouse Management with a remote learning experience that is both accessible and highly interactive. The Parts & Warehouse Management program combines the career-focused mindset of Canadian Business College with the subject matter expertise of Saskatchewan Polytechnic, one of Canada’s top schools for technical education and skills training.
“This partnership with Canadian Business College represents a win-win scenario,” says Paul Carter, Sask Polytech dean for the School of Transportation. “The online Parts & Warehouse Management diploma provides students with access to interactive content as often and for as long as they need to so they can master the materials. Faculty can monitor progress and offer assistance when they notice the learner is having difficulty in a subject area.”
The online learning environment provides plenty of benefits for students. The courses are highly interactive, so students learn not only from the content and instructor, but also from each other. The format also means students can remain employed and learn in their spare time.