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Downtown – north bay
101-147 McIntyre Street West,
North Bay, ON P1B2Y5
First, let's introduce you to what we offer. After all, finding a course or a program that fits your needs, your lifestyle and your personal and professional objectives is pretty important.

Remember, you can apply at any time and you determine when you’d like to start. We have weekly start dates- so you don't have to wait until the fall to register. When you’re ready to apply, we’re here to guide you through that too.
If you’d like to learn a little more about the college and how it all works, we invite you to discover NETC and see if we’re a fit for you. The start of your journey awaits! What are you waiting for?

Full-time Programs

Full-time Programs

Study and learn hands-on at our North Bay Campus. Explore your options below and turn your passion into a career.

Personal Support Worker

When you graduate from NETC’s Personal Support Worker program, you can expect to quickly find a position to contribute to the quality of life of individuals by promoting their independence and dignity; social, emotional and physical needs; mobility; personal appearance; comfort and safety.


Early Childhood Assistant

Be job-ready in 38-weeks with NETC's comprehensive Early Childcare Assistant Diploma Program. The ECA program focuses on early childhood development, curriculum development, health and safety and the key communication skills needed to effectively work with children, parents and community members.


Community Service Worker (Gerontology)

Train to help meet the needs of the rapidly growing population of older adults in North Bay, Ontario and across Canada. NETC North Bay Campus offers a 45-week program with a 336-hour inclusive placement for students who are dedicated to helping older adults, their families and the community at large.


Business Administration 

The Business Administration program prepares graduates to work in diverse team settings and lead projects with relevant and practical skills. Students will gain broad range of knowledge and skills in areas such as finance, accounting, human resources, operations management, marketing, sales, and information and communication technology. 


Community Health Promotion

The Community Health Promotion (CHP) entry to practice program is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge they need to effectively deliver community health promotion education by providing quality health promotion, prevention and healthy lifestyles in the community.


Which program is right for me?

Not sure where to begin? We can help. Our admissions counsellors will work with you to clarify your career and educational goals, and help you select a program. Admissions counsellors provide assistance with course selection and program planning to help you meet those goals.

Need help planning your program? Give us a call or book an appointment to come see us in person.

Whether you've taken any post-secondary education before or none at all, the decision to head to college can be a daunting one.  Don't worry. We're in this together and we can help you through the process. We recognize that your decision to apply and even register for a course or program could take some time. We get it, a big decision requires thought and you may need more information to make the best decision for you. No problem! We're here when you're ready to start.

If you’re new to NETC, you may also want to read about  what to expect at NETC.