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Excel Career College expands opening 2 new campuses on Vancouver Island

Darpan News Desk Darpan, 03 Aug, 2022 02:09 PM
  • Excel Career College expands opening 2 new campuses on Vancouver Island

Excel Career College, a 33 year-old career education institution first established in Courtenay, has announced it is opening two new campuses in the Victoria area.  

Excel is opening a campus on Douglas Street in downtown Victoria this Thursday, August 4th, 2022, and shortly thereafter will open a campus in Langford bringing its unique hands-on, career building skills approach to the area.

This Thursday, August 4th, 2022, visit the brand new campus located at #225-1207 Douglas Street, Victoria BC.

Get a chance to meet Excel's team and leadership, learn more about the programs and enjoy light snacks and refreshments!

Over their history, Excel has achieved this success by developing extensive relationships with employers across key industry sectors throughout the province and bringing on faculty and guest lecturers with real-world experience.

Seafood, Healthcare, Marine Safety, Finance and Business related diplomas are a few examples of their main programs, complimented by short module courses that feature specific skills development including bookkeeping and accounting, business communications, and jobs search skills training.

Excel's other campuses include Courtenay, and Kelowna.

 

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