To address Ontario’s Personal Support Worker Shortage, the Ontario government is providing grants up to $13,235 to new students.
The Centre for Arts and Technology (CAT) has been helping students succeed in careers such as animation, filmmaking, audio engineering, interior design, graphic design, photography, and network security for over 30 years.
Centre for Arts and Technology is considered one of the top film schools, audio engineering schools, animation schools, interior design schools, and photography schools in Canada. Students at the Centre for Arts and Technology have access to facilities such as two contemporary digital recording studios with mix-to-picture surround-sound capability; a Film Production Studio complimenting digital video, motion graphics, digital media, visual effects and green screen color keying technology; and Centre for Arts and Technology values strong connections with industry and are active in cultivating roots within the local, national and international communities and searching for employment and internship opportunities for students.
Centre for Arts and Technology (CAT) has signed a partnership agreement with BCIT that allows for CAT students to continue their studies at BCIT in a targeted area of study.
The Centre for Arts and Technology schools falls under the governing body of the Private Training Institutions Branch in BC.