Brighton College, an engineering and technology focused career college, is now offering a free online program to help Canadians during self-isolation.
Burnaby, B.C. – Brighton College, a technology-based vocational college, has launched a free educational program to help Canadians make the best of their time during the current COVID-19 pandemic. The program is part of Brighton College’s initiative to help boost moral throughout communities across Canada by providing access to free education during self-isolation.
The new AutoCAD Free Course Bundle Program offers students an introduction to essential foundational skills in AutoCAD 2D, AutoCAD 3D, Revit Architecture, Inventor and Building Design with Building Code. Each course is 2 days long, 3 hours each day and upon completion students are eligible to continue with two weeks of Brighton College’s AUT 100 course, AutoCAD Fundamentals, for free.
“By offering this free program, we can help Canadians re-define their careers, re-establish their career paths, and discover a passion they may have never known they had.” Said Edward Cheung, Brighton College’s Building Education and Technology (BET) Program Director, in a recent interview. “Anyone can learn high level technologies and software while staying at home during these times, and we want to help people do that.”
As part of the program, Brighton College is also supplying licensing for the software for the duration of the free two-week bundle program and the two weeks of AutoCAD Fundamentals, to ensure there are no financial barriers preventing Canadians from enrolling.
For more information about the new BET Free Course Bundle Program, visit their website at www.BrightonCollege.com or call (604) 256-6533.
About Brighton College
Brighton College, a Burnaby based career college specializing in building engineering and technology education, delivers high-quality education and support in a serious learning environment for students with a variety of backgrounds and abilities in order to improve their lives for a brighter future.
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