Petroleum Centre changing college skyline
Anyone curious about the construction on the Lloydminster campus, take note: The Petroleum Centre is tall to accommodate the equipment required for power engineering and heavy oil training.
When the facility opens--likely in 2015--it will not only provide spaces to double enrolment in the certificate and diploma programs, but also be the campus power plant providing electricity and heat.
If you'd like to know what some people told chair Milt Wakefield they thought was being constructed as well as more details on the facilities...
Practicums pay off, hosts essential
Many Lakeland College student are currently on practicums, living the learning in businesses and organizations in our region and beyond. Right now there are 178 students taking part in a practicum placement. Last year Lakeland students were involved in more than 600 practicum experiences throughout the year.
Practicum hosts are a critical part of Lakeland’s hands-on learning. Without them, students wouldn’t get to test and hone their skills.
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Coop practicum at the Co-op--Kirsten Wilkinson tells about putting theory to work and work to theory...Read more
Rustler curlers start season strong, provincials at home the goal...Fall Classic results
Sign Language student discovers "second home"...Vermilion visit
Campus Christmas galas signal both the upcoming festive season as well as exams are approaching. See more photos from the galas as well as what else has been going on at Lakeland through late November and early December in our photo gallery.