Fleming News

Ecosystem Management students compete to prevent Asian carp in the Great Lakes

    City of Kawartha Lakes, ON (Feb. 12, 2016) – Five teams of Fleming College Ecosystem Management Technician students are set to compete at the Asian Carp Canada Innovative Solutions Competition on Saturday, March 5. The competition is a platform for university and college students to showcase their original ideas for designs and technologies Continue Reading

Urban Forestry program partners with Mounty Community Centre

  The Mount Community Centre is partnering with Fleming College School of Environmental and Natural Resource Sciences to develop an Inventory and Urban Forest Management plan. More than 20 students from Fleming’s Urban Forestry Technician Co-op program will visit the Mount Community Centre on Thursday, February 11, 2016 from noon to 4 p.m. to begin this two Continue Reading

New diploma to degree pathway from Fleming College to Trent University

Social Service Worker graduates eligible for credits toward a Bachelor of Social Work degree Graduates of Fleming College’s Social Service Worker (SSW) diploma program have a new pathway to a degree at Trent University starting in September 2016. The two institutions have signed an articulation agreement to allow qualified Fleming SSW alumni to be granted Continue Reading

Ontario urged to invest in college-based applied research

Ontario’s colleges are calling for the provincial government to make upfront investments of $30 million into market-driven research to promote industry clusters throughout the province. “Colleges play a central role in real-world research that helps businesses become more innovative,” said Fleming President Tony Tilly. “A commitment to enhance innovation in Ontario should be a priority Continue Reading

New September start date for Heavy Equipment Techniques program

Fleming College’s Heavy Equipment Techniques Co-op program is offering a new start date in September 2016. The program, located at Fleming’s Frost Campus, has traditionally offered a January start only. The program will now be offered with both a September and January start date. Adding the new intake will allow for greater flexibility and choice Continue Reading

Fleming College students help Kingston charity

MEDIA RELEASE FROM KINGSTON LAND CONSERVANCY: Four students from the School of Environmental and Natural Resource Sciences at Fleming College, Lindsay, Ontario, will be visiting the Kingston area this week (Sunday, January 24 and Monday, January 25) to assist the Land Conservancy for Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington. For their “credit for product” course they Continue Reading

New Child and Youth Care program curriculum unique to Fleming College

  (PETERBOROUGH, ON) – Fleming College is adding a new training certification to its Child and Youth Care (CYC) program curriculum that is unique among Ontario colleges. The Therapeutic Use of Daily Life Events (DLE) training model advocates that workers in the field recognize and use everyday life events to help create change for children, Continue Reading

Raising awareness for mental health at Fleming College

Fleming College’s Sutherland Campus will host a special event for mental health awareness on Wednesday, Jan. 27. Hosted by Fleming’s Mental Health Strategy Team, the event is being held in conjunction with Bell’s Let’s Talk day. It will start at 10 a.m. in the main foyer with a number of Fleming employees and students riding Continue Reading

Frost Campus celebrating Ontario Aquaculture Week

Fleming College’s Frost Campus is celebrating Ontario Aquaculture Week January 25-29 with an internship fair for students in the Aquaculture program. Members of the Northern Ontario Aquaculture Association (NOAA) will be on campus throughout the week making presentations to students on growth and opportunities in the Aquaculture field as well as interviewing students for internship Continue Reading

Fleming College offering two free pre-apprenticeship programs

Fleming College is partnering with Community Employment Resource Partnership to offer two free programs at the Kawartha Trades and Technology Centre – Pre-apprenticeship Carpenter and Pre-apprenticeship Electrician. Both programs are full-time, Monday to Friday for six hours a day. They start with in-class academic studies, job readiness training, and secondary trade training for eight weeks. Continue Reading