Parkland College (Saskatchewan)
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|Motto||Your College. Your Future.|
|Chief Executive Officer||Dwayne Reeve|
|Location||Canora; Esterhazy; Fort Qu'Appelle; Kamsack; Melville; Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Canada|
|Colours||blue & white|
|Affiliations||CICan, Saskatchewan Polytechnic, University of Saskatchewan, University of Regina,|
Parkland College offers adult basic education; business and industry; career and support services; computer training; general interest; online training; Sask Polytech and other institute certificate programs. Select university programs are offered at the undergraduate and graduate level in partnership with University of Saskatchewan and University of Regina. Through its wholly owned subsidiary, "Western trades training institute", Parkland offers Crane and Hoist certification, Boom truck certification, and rigging programs.
The Parkland College was founded by the Province of Saskatchewan in 1971 as Parkland Regional College (1973-2008). It was renamed Parkland College (2008). The College primarily serves the education and training needs of communities and industry partners in east central Saskatchewan and western Manitoba.
Parkland College offers accredited post-secondary education and skills training opportunities for local learners in partnership with the University of Regina, the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan Polytechnic, and the province's other regional colleges.
Parkland College maintains reciprocal arrangements with educational partners, including:
- Dumont Technical Institute
- First Nations University of Canada
- Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies
- Saskatchewan Polytechnic
- University of Regina
- University of Saskatchewan
- Higher education in Saskatchewan
- List of agricultural universities and colleges
- List of colleges and universities in Saskatchewan
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