CNA changes program offerings in response to student, industry demands

May 10, 2018

The College of the North Atlantic has announced that it will be making changes to its programming in response to labour market demands and student demands. As a result of the change, 14 full-time and six contract faculty will be laid off from the college, the Western Star adds. The announcement came as a result of CNA’s annual strategic enrolment management process, which measures market demand to assess program offerings for each academic year. “We want our graduates to have meaningful employment opportunities based on relevant program selections and current market trends,” said CNA President Bill Radford. “To achieve this balance, CNA must continually examine its operations and respond accordingly.”

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