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Posted On Tuesday, October 19, 2021

 Last month, the Keyano College Huskies hosted the annual golf classic in a bid to raise funds for the College’s student-athletes. 
The golf classic, which has been on hiatus since 2019 due to the pandemic, raised over $80,000. The Huskies hosted 95 golfers on the day who participated in 18-holes of golf at the Fort McMurray Golf Club as well as fun activities organized by student volunteers. 
Jonathan Lambert, Director of Athletics and Recreation...

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Posted On Thursday, October 14, 2021

Keyano College will be offering a new 4 th class power engineering program with the first cohort starting in February 2022.
The new program will allow students to complete their 4 th class certificate and be work-ready without having to secure a work term. Students will instead receive their steam time, which would usually be on-site, in the College’s dedicated Oilsands Power and Processing Engineering Lab (OPPEL).
Due to the pandemic the number of available...

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Posted On Thursday, October 07, 2021

Starting in January 2022, Keyano College will once again be offering the Health Care Aide program. 
Last month, Premier Jason Kenney announced that the region will be investing $36 million in supporting home care and the important role that Health Care Aides play in relieving the pressure on hospitals during the pandemic. 
The Health Care Aide program is a 32-week course that provides students with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes they need to practice...

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Posted On Monday, October 04, 2021

President Jay NotayFort McMurray, AB
Today Keyano College has welcomed Jatinder (Jay) Notay as Keyano College’s President and Chief Executive Officer.
Mr. Notay comes to Keyano College from his former position as President and CEO at North West College in Battleford, Saskatchewan. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of British Columbia, a Master of Education degree from Nipissing University, and he is currently a Doctor of Education candidate in Education Administration...

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Posted On Wednesday, September 08, 2021

Keyano College welcomes first international students since the pandemic
 
Keyano has welcomed the latest class of international students to the college after an 18-month travel hiatus, due to the pandemic.
The latest government border updates mean that those traveling for the purpose of study are now permitted to enter Canada allowing both new and returning students to attend in-person classes.
More than 175 international students will be joining Keyano...

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