To address the significant shortfall of skilled workers in Ontario, Sheridan College is partnering with the Canadian College of Technology and Trades (CCTT).
Students will study at CCTT’s existing facility in Fort Erie, Ontario, in different diploma and certificate programs.
Sheridan and CCTT are ideal partners. We have many complementary strengths. We have strong shared values and beliefs in the power of experiential, career-focused education to change people’s lives for the better. Today marks the beginning of a new partnership that will provide opportunities for students to gain skills training and an education that’s highly relevant for the times, helping to ensure their long-term employability and bolster Ontario’s future competitiveness and prosperity.
Dr. Janet Morrison | President and Vice Chancellor, Sheridan College
Prepare for a career in a growing segment of Canadian industries.
Through Sheridan at CCTT’s campus, students will have access to:
• Fitness centre, gymnasium, and indoor swimming pool
• Study spaces
• Virtual library and learning services
• 24/7 multilingual mental health services, etc.
Sheridan at CCTT will address the significant shortfall of skilled workers in the province – and in Fort Erie, which is in the heart of one of North America’s busiest economic trade corridors. After earning their Sheridan credentials, international graduates of these programs at CCTT will be eligible for the post-graduate work permit program in Canada and subsequently, a pathway to permanent residency and citizenship in Canada.