Thank you for your interest in Collège Boréal!

Since 1995, our institution has been preparing our future leaders, cultural ambassadors, and entrepreneurs. Indeed, Collège Boréal works diligently to cultivate the richness and full potential of everyone. Our objective is to make your experience with us fulfilling and successful; we aim to provide you with the tools necessary to contribute actively to both the community and the workforce and begin the realization of all your dreams. Our 36 centres situated in 27 communities throughout Ontario have allowed Collège Boréal to become a leader in the field of Francophone postsecondary education. Designated under the French Language Services Act, Collège Boréal leads the way in the communities it serves, impacting the social, cultural, and economical landscape. Indeed, our vision of aiming to “foster knowledge and stimulate culture” goes far beyond the classroom. Quality installations and highly qualified personnel with expertise in both official languages allow Collège Boréal to offer you training and services based on excellence, preparing graduates for international careers. Our enviable reputation is directly linked to our exceptional results in graduate satisfaction among the 24 colleges in Ontario. We are also proud to know that employers have clearly indicated their trust in Collège Boréal as 96% of them would recommend hiring our graduates. For all these reasons, we warmly invite you to become a proud member of the “Boréal family” so that you may reach your full potential with us. We can assure you that our vision, mission, passion and traditions truly motivate all of our choices and actions. This commitment is the key to our success, as we get closer to our 20th anniversary! Thank you for believing in Collège Boréal!

Vision

Recognized for the quality, accessibility, and flexibility of its training and services, Collège Boréal is the first choice among French-language colleges.

Mission

Collège Boréal provides a high calibre personalized education to a diverse clientele and practices leading to foster the sustainable development of Ontario’s Francophone community.

Motto

“ Nourrir le savoir et faire vibrer la culture “

Values

  • Excellence
  • Humanism
  • Inclusion
  • Innovation
  • Respect
Programs taught in:
  • French (Canada)

This school also offers:

Diploma

College Boreal

The student or the student develops skills to assess the client's oral health status and interpret clinical results. In collaboration with the client, he or she develops ... [+]

The student or the student develops skills to assess the client's oral health status and interpret clinical results. In collaboration with the client, he or she develops a care plan that reflects the needs of each individual. Thereafter, the student or the student shall provide educational, preventive and therapeutic interventions as prescribed in his field of practice. The ending or finishing is equipped to provide primary high-quality health care with confidence and professionalism in the health team.

The student or the student involved in internal and external courses in various media such as Dental Hygiene Clinic of Collège Boréal, Francophone community health centers, long term care facilities and public health service. In addition, the student or the student benefits of interdisciplinary activities in collaboration with Northern Ontario School of Medicine.... [-]

Canada Sudbury Hearst Kapuskasing Temiskaming Shores Timmins Toronto Windsor Niagara Falls Temiscaming North Bay  + 7 More
September 2020
French (Canada)
Full-time
3 years
Campus
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College Boreal

In this program, the student develops the ability to evaluate the oral health of clients and interpret clinical results. Students learn to develop, in collaboration with ... [+]

This program is taught in French, click here for the French Translation of the program

The Dental Hygiene program is accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation of Canada (CDAC).

Enrolment in this program is limited. In this program, the student develops the ability to evaluate the oral health of clients and interpret clinical results. Students learn to develop, in collaboration with clients, a dental health plan. The prevention, screening, and control of oral and dental diseases are an integral part of the hygienist's work. The dental hygienist is responsible for delivering quality care and services, whether they are preventative, educational or therapeutic, within his or her scope of practice. The graduates of this program are prepared to practice the profession confidently with an interprofessional healthcare team. Students of this program experience internal and external clinical experiences and participate in a number of interprofessional activities in collaboration with the Northern Ontario School of Medicine. Graduates must sit for the national certification examination required to practice the profession.... [-]

Canada Sudbury Hearst Kapuskasing Temiskaming Shores Timmins Toronto Windsor Niagara Falls Temiscaming North Bay  + 7 More
September 2020
French,French (Canada)
Full-time
3 years
Campus
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College Boreal

This program allows the student or the student to obtain the necessary training to provide nursing care to a diverse clientele, changing and multicultural in various heal ... [+]

This program has received approval (category 1) of the College of Nurses of Ontario nurses in March 2015. The current program graduates can seek registration as a licensed practical nurse in Ontario.

This program allows the student or the student to obtain the necessary training to provide nursing care to a diverse clientele, changing and multicultural in various health organizations. The focus is on promoting, maintaining and restoring health is an individual, group or community. Graduation possibly prepare you you register for the licensing examination approved by the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) to become licensed practical nurse or licensed practical nurse.

Conditions of admission : Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent from another province, or the candidate status or adult candidate A minimum grade of 65% in each of the following courses: 2 French credits (at least 1 mandatory group course): grade 11 or 12, pre-college or pre-university 1 mathematics credit: grade 11 or grade 12, pre-college or pre-university 1 biology credit: grade 11 or 12, pre-college or pre-university 1 chemistry credit: grade 11 or 12, pre-college or pre-university 1 credit - English: 11 or 12, pre-college or pre-university Other requirements: ... [-]
Canada Sudbury Hearst Kapuskasing Timmins Toronto Temiscaming Temiskaming Shores Windsor Niagara Falls North Bay  + 7 More
September 2020
French (Canada)
Full-time
2 years
Campus
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College Boreal

This program gives the student the training required to dispense nursing care within various healthcare organizations to a diverse, ever-changing, and multicultural clien ... [+]

This program is taught in French, click here for the French Translation of the program

This program is currently approved (category 1) by the College of Nurses of Ontario. Current graduates from this program are eligible to apply for registration as a Registered Practical Nurse in Ontario.

This program has a Category I approval by the Council of the College of Nurses.

This program gives the student the training required to dispense nursing care within various healthcare organizations to a diverse, ever-changing, and multicultural client base. Emphasis is placed on promoting, maintaining, and restoring the health of an individual, a group or a community. Upon receipt of the diploma, the graduate may sit for the exam held by the College of Nurses of Ontario with a view to becoming a registered nurse.... [-]

Canada Sudbury Hearst Kapuskasing Timmins Toronto Temiscaming Temiskaming Shores Windsor Niagara Falls North Bay  + 7 More
September 2020
French (Canada)
Full-time
2 years
Campus
Read more in English