Also, a three year diploma over a two year diploma is an OBVIOUS benefit. How could it not be???I Its GUARANTEEING that even the dumbest person who god knows how they made it through, is going to have a full year of relevant work experience compared to an Alberta trained CET who may/may not have any experience dependant on how motivated they are!Ascott wrote: ↑That isn't strictly true, and you should really stop treating it like some sort of obvious benefit. The way the educations are handled are different between Alberta and Ontario. Looking at some of Georgian College's ET courses, the actual course load is the same, smaller in some cases. And while the courses in Alberta don't have required work terms, most students do work during the summer semesters and several through the academic semesters. There's also a 6-8 month practical project sponsored by a corporate partner (A few companies seek out students, but most students have to find companies to sponsor them) in addition to the normal course load.
You're also ignoring that most of the companies in Alberta that your husband will be applying to sponsor the technical programs in Alberta and have had input on their curriculum.
People on this site are so argumentative.