Government of New Brunswick

 

There’s more than one place to go and one way to learn!

Did you know that there are different ways to gain experience and earn a diploma, certification or degree? Check out the links below for a better understanding of what's available to you!

 

 

Apprenticeship

Apprenticeship is a structured program that involves three key players:

  • You (the apprentice)
  • The Employer
  • The Government

An apprenticeship program offers on-the-job training as well as technical (in-school) training that will, once completed, earn you a recognized certification.

For more information on apprenticeships in New Brunswick, check out the following links:

   

 

Canadian Forces/Military

The Canadian Forces offers many opportunities for training and education:

  1. The Navy
  2. The Army
  3. The Air Force

Members may serve either full-time in the Regular Force or part-time in the Reserves.

You'll find more than 100 job choices in the Canadian military - from dental technician to IT specialist to infantry soldier to engineer.

For more information on the Canadian Armed Forces, check out the following links:

   

 

College

Community College programs cover the education and training spectrum. There is everything from Academic Studies to Mechanical Engineering Technology, from Graphic Design and Pottery to Courseware Authoring. In all, there are more than 110 regular training programs, plus a selection of short-term training services available.

For more information on studying at a Community College, check out the following links:

   

 

Entrepreneurship

Want to be your own boss? Do you have a great idea for a business? If you have the drive and vision to start your own business, check out the following links to help you get started:

   

 

Private Occupational Training Organizations

Private occupational training organizations offers skills training in a wide range of fields including Dental Assisting, Massage therapy, Truck Driving, Cosmetology, Travel & Tourism, Business Education and Computer related programs.

For more information, visit the Department of Post-Secondary Education and Training - New Brunswick Private Occupational Training Organizations.

View a listing of registered training institutions (PDF).

   

 

University

For degree programs, New Brunswick has five internationally recognized universities. New Brunswick universities also have several degree programs with a cooperative work term option that allows students to combine theoretical learning with practical, on-the-job experience.

New Brunswick’s universities are:

For complete listing of universities: